Hampshire Hotel - Mooi Veluwe
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... old and then her son has taken over. Their biggest holiday was Queens day and now is Kings day where everyone paints themselves orange. Orange is the royal colour and it is because William Orange from France came to the Netherlands to set up the royal family and the family now is the Orange family, similar to in England the Windsor family. They have farming and dairy farming. This is of course to make their world famous cheese. Their neighbours next door use ...
... train station). At a pedestrian/bike crossing we waited at we counted 5 people walking and 79 on bikes! That kind of sums up how people get around here.
It's been 18 degrees today and even at 8pm it was still 16 degrees.
Tomorrow we head south to Brugge. Things we will miss about Utrecht: the cobblestoned streets, The Dom, the tolerance of the Dutch to quickly switch to English, the spicy biscuits with coffee, the atmosphere of Oliviers cafe and the bikes ...
Fell asleep last night at 8pm and am now up at 1am...the downside of travel..jet lag! Finally fell asleep around 4am and woke up at 9. We spent the walking around Jeanne's neighborhood in Utrecht. Fun college town, lively. Couple of musicians performing in the square. Amy bought a CD of a guitar player...listened to it at dinner...very nice. Grabbed ...
... fort from the 1700's. The land is in the shape of a star, and there is a moat all around it. There are still cannons for display, and you can tour the area for a small fee but we just rode around it. There is also some sort of photo festival or event, and all around are large canvases with some artists' shots of poor local living and some African villiage life. We tried finding out more, but it is all in Dutch so ...
... no one had booked anywhere and all agreed to Indonesian! I played tour guide again and led them round the block to the Indonesian Restaurant advertised on the tourist map given by the hotel. We almost didn't get a table as there were 9 of us, but at he last second the guy at the restaurant seated us round the corner, pushing several tables together. We all ordered the rice table, the Dutch Indonesian tapas style set ...