Hostellerie Schuddebeurs - Hampshire Classic
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... we were. John is happy as €8.27 for the night, free water and electric 50 cents for 2kw. It is a pretty little harbour and just outside Spring Tide John found another couple of local girls!
We had a walk to see the windmill and the unusual star shaped moat "Schans" forts before walking into the village.
After the walk, we still had time to try the washing machine and put the new system to the test. It worked ...
... well. There are actually four styles of painting but the blue and white is most famous. The fancy stuff was really expensive but it is a quintessential Holland souvineir so we settled on less expensive little shoes. On the way back we went through an area with heaps of greenhouses. The flowers here are beautiful and we didn't even come in spring! It took a bolero get back home because not only are there a ridiculous amount of bikes there is also a ridiculous amount of ...
... are all decorated according to the theme of various trees. My room (206) was labeled “Quercus Robir”, which I was told means “summer Beech tree”. There was one large window in the centre of the sloped ceiling, which has been fitted with a rolling shutter mounted at an angle, rather than curtains. There are two single beds, one of which is somewhat like a hospital bed, with electrical controls to raise the head, the knees or the feet. ...
Drive through Den Hague (aka Haag) with a guided tour from the guide really beautiful city. Clean, not overly old or modern, undamaged but interesting. Not too small or crowded but not huge. Royal family lives there. Old capital.
Then went to ...
Stroopwafel? No, thanks!
It's gone right to my flanks!
My shapely thighs
Are twice their size
And won't fit in my ...