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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
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... telling the office workers to put their pens down and try to get home before it gets too dark! Lots of sales going on in all the lovely stores so lots of folk doing their shopping. I indulged and bought myself a Swiss Army knife with a timber handle. Because we were so tired, we found a little convenience store where we bought some wine, cheese, crackers, dip and blueberries and went back to our hotel room to settle in for the night. Top temperature today was 12 ...
Had a bit of a sleep in this morning and then off to a later breakfast. Then had a walk around the town and did some shopping. Shoes for Brad as his joggers had busted out on the sides. He was very happy with them. Back to hotel to drop off shopping and the. Back out for some sightseeing. Got the the old wall which used to surround and protect the town. It has clock tower which we climbed up. Yes more stairs. ...
... Elizabeth is the daughter of one of John's families best friends and grew up in Ormond. She married Hans years ago and now lives in this beautiful country. We had a really nice dinner with all our family and they gave us an interesting take on this country. It is so educational to get opinions from many different people to know this place well. Elizabeth will be visiting her mom next week and we will see her again in Ormond. Thank you, Hans and ...
... Rathausquai before the sun started setting.
Returned for relaxing and movies.
Also got a quick lesson in home-cooked Dutch cuisine - Fritz liked making "zuurkoolschotel" (basics: mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, ground beef) but every family does their own custom mix and he grew up with mashing potatoes and the cooked sauerkraut together ("zuurkoolstamppot"). His secret: use copious amounts of butter. I will try this when I return from vacation.
... where she grew up.
The house is a half timbered, three storey and the middle of three. If you look at the top storey on the photo, you will see the little dormer windows in the roof. This is the attic and this was my mother's bedroom. She had to go up a creaky wooden ladder each night and across a creaky wooden floor. She was a little afraid up there and so she slept with a small pot of pepper beneath her pillow each night (her weapon ...