Hampshire Hotel - Apeldoorn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Today we headed out looking for Het Loo which is the castle belonging to the Dutch royal family. The main castle has been turned into a museum although one Princess and her family live in a cottage on the grounds that is not accessible by the public. Up until a few years ago they did in fact live in one of the wings of the castle. The first building we came to was the stables, which still had two horses living in it. Each room had ...
... all recovering from something! The next morning Remko had to go to work so Elines mother came round to watch the kids and I took a train down to Den Bosch, another city celebrating carnival. I got there around 11:30 so was able to walk around the city for awhile before the parade started. At 12:30 I found a nice spot sitting in the sun to wait for the parade. While I was sitting there an old man was crossing the road and tripped over right in front of me, smashing his face ...
... learn that I was a few hours late. I know that we both shared unspoken words to one another the day you departed back home to Holland, we shared those unspoken words in our final embrace.
If there is one thing I am relieved about it's that you are not suffering anymore sis. It pained me to see you fighting what we all eventually learned was an unwinnable fight; and I felt utterly useless not able to do anything to help you defeat this *******ned disease.
... it was the perfect weather, excellent audio tour, intriguing history, relatively low crowds or beautiful green gardens that made it so enjoyable, were heading home happy.
We arrived around 1pm after lunch, and three or four happy hours just rolled by. On arrival, we noted the majority of text and information was in Dutch only. So on arrival in the main entry hall of the palace, we decided to pay for an English ...
... OUUUUCH! My tastebuds were sizzled and my eyes watered as I hit him in the shoulder for his inconsiderate non-warning.
Moving on. We walked the farmer's market and I left my camera and phone at home so I didn't get any pictures. I'll try back next week, because it is worth seeing the unbelievably fresh fruits and vegetables! There is fresh meat, fish, breads, deserts, cheese, and some stands that sell goods much like a flea ...