Hampshire Hotel - Bon'Aparte
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Every time we heard the Village People singing YMCA, we looked for the nearest nationality and had to choose an appropriate drink. For the Dutch you could choose maybe Grolsch or worse, Advocaat, for the French, wine or maybe champaigne, for the Russian, vodka and so on. Fortunately, the drinking part was only theoretical or we certainly wouldn't have made it, given the number of times we had to walk through the streets waving our ...
... the US troops and the Dutch troops and had to fall back. Despite the thrill of being wedged between so many hunky men, they were all carrying their 10 kg packs at about my head height, and I thought someone would do me an injury.
My youngest twins, both girls, used to play a game where they pretended to be really old ladies. They would twitter at each other in high pitched voices and make astute and very funny observations on the youth of today and ...
... apparently the modern way of fixing blistered feet. With two different styles of dressing, I was in a unique position to test the efficacy of them both, but I will come to that at the end of the week.
A shower soothed the aches, followed by some of Marianne's wonderful cooking, some of Rein's carefully chosen wine and an hour watching TV Gelderland's round-up of the day presented by a man called Harm, who does it every year.
Today we visited Cologne. It was lovely to go back and see the inspiring Cologne Cathedral. In my opinion this is the most beautiful, the most grand cathedral I have seen anywhere in the world. The enormous stained glass windows and the towering columned ceilings are. Breathtaking. Cologne seemed to be a lot busier than when we were last here 8 years ago. The ...
... cakes, cucumber, melon or pretzels are constantly being offered. In the heat of the day, there are hose-pipes, sprinklers and water-pistols sprayed over the chain of walkers to keep everyone cool.
I chatted to some Canadian ladies, some US soldiers and various English troops. The music came in waves as we passed. There were several brass bands. Holland seems to have a lot of brass bands for some reason.