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Travel Blogs from Maastricht
... cobbled stone streets and the tiny shops which lined them.We had a lovely lunch, Last night we went to.cosy little reastraunt close to Ewouds home we enjoyed their company and the meals were great we had lovely snitzel,fries,potato's,salads,and soup. We all went to a place in Epe where we bought the best Ice cream ever ,we were there with Ben Gerry Sonja Rien and I on our last trip to Holland,The scenery was breathtaking,and we stopped at a beautiful Boss ...
... an insalata mista). The food was good--actually everything we have eaten so far has been tasty--some things we have liked less than others, but nothing has been "bad". And as most of you know, Mike and I do love to visit restaurants and eat different things.
Time to continue walking around the city near the Vrithof where there is a medieval labyrinth of shops, squares, etc. We spent our brief time here looking at buildings, towers, churches, etc.--sadly most of the churches ...
... t say "The Dutch are..." but instead "Dutch people are used to an environment where..." A couple of the biggest things he said that I have noticed so far is that Dutch people are used to an environment where it's acceptable to be very direct and blunt with people, as well as to give poor customer service, if any really. Then we toured the major buildings of Maastricht University, spread throughout the city. This school is unlike many traditional schools like Minnesota. There is ...
... very smelly! We won't go into details but I am sure you can guess! Boats were even starting to wait for the lock and we felt trapped as we wanted to escape this place. Eventually the lock-keeper/harbour master turned up and she reminded us of our friend Alice Kirby. We were given a time of 10.45 and she would come and give us our electric refund first.
At last we escaped from this smelly marina and out onto the Maas again. There was a bunker barge not far and so ...
... on pretzel sticks and Schmalz Brot. Back to tent and sleep, hopefully without the rain.
July 15 – Treis-Kardan to Heidelberg
We were up early, having had only a light sprinkle during the night – tho it was cool again, so we were sleeping with plenty of clothes on. We packed up and left the campsite – being none too quiet. We found our way to the bakery, which was open at 7:30 on a Sunday morning, and had another “Franzosiche ...
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