Hotel Landgoed Zonheuvel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... two days than many of their au pairs had in months. I loved it. It was great to meet some people and try some uniquely Dutch food.
This evening has been very relaxed. Adia stayed up until 2am last night, so she was ready for bed pretty much by the time we got home. I have discovered Duolingo, a phone app to teach you other languages. I'm going to focus on Dutch but brush up on my French as well, since I'm finding that somewhat helpful.
... were a year and 3 days apart) so she could show me how to properly meet Sara (as we call it in Holland). Boy what a party with Rusty, Adrie and Vera flying in for the occasion. I even made it to the dance floor with cousin Imro! And I got to meet Adrie’s love of his life Vera for the first time then.
Soon after I learned about Moira’s illness and closely followed the ups and downs via Adrie
and via Facebook. Although it seemed to turn for the ...
... of cut up liverwurst with toothpicks on them and some mustard. He didn't eat it all and I fed the ducks that were hanging out right next to us on the canal.
We restarted our bike route and it was a beautiful day. There were people out everywhere but it was not crowded. In a few instances we had to get on a single line to allow others in the other direction to pass us on the trail. During one such occasion, I was riding right next to Brian when we ...
... Hall this morning - I heard it but missed the moving figures - I was taking photos! The Town Hall is in the centre of the town's Market square, during summer this is where they sell wheels of cheese. In the past cheese makers would come here to have their cheeses weighed, tasted and priced. It is a really large area and at one end of the square is the Waag or weighing house where they used to weigh the cheeses. Other historic buildings we saw are Sint Janskerk (St ...
... ceiling lights and a lovely battered old bar. At the end were two small raised seating areas either side of a few stairs with a curved bench seat. After we’d been served our drinks, Else pointed out a large sepia-coloured photo on the wall next to the bar of an elderly couple and explained that they were her aunt and uncle, and the pub used to be theirs during the war. The Nazis used to use the bar a lot but, unbeknown to them, the ...