Hampshire Hotel - ArcHotelZeeland
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... at €18 for the night in such a small port. Then we realised of course that is accessible from the North Sea.
We spent the evening quietly while outside it did get a bit noisy but not to keep us from our sleep.
We had quick Skype chat with Steve and family as well as Eileen with her family but it was difficult as best reception was outside but too noisy to hear. Can’t wait till we are home for good ...
... than 1000 and another with the world's biggest.
We watched a film on the laptop that night called About Time, a romantic comedy with a parting message to live every day as best you can, finding the good in it etc etc. Next morning we woke up to the fridge not working and the van leaking from the heavy rain. Was it bad luck that this all happened after the film or good luck that we'd watched the film the night before to help us get through ...
... how sad that this is a prevalent aspect of human kind), it's better to comment about food. The Dutch really like to take their time eating. All our dinners - and it's not only at the fancy restaurants - took at least two hours. I do like long dinners but that's when there are several courses. However, in Holland the meals take a long time because it takes a while to get even a menu if it's not already on the table. Then, they don't ...
... boys. An old friend of papa's father, Hajo also came to meet me and papa. Later on after most guests had left Marina and Lidy arrived who's middle name is also Geraldine like me and we talk for a long time and had chicken pies and cake. Tonight. We gave oma her present from us (slippers) and from Di & Denbigh (a mug with a kookaburra on ...
... old buildings, but it is mainly modern shopping with 2 supermarkets.
After dinner John went into the town to see if he could find a bar to watch the 2nd half of the football. Nowhere seemed to be open and then on the way back, the closest one had opened. There were a couple of people in there playing billiards, so he watched the last 25 minutes. 1 all draw to France and England. He came back and it had stopped raining at last and the sun came ...