Hotel Landgoed Zonheuvel
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... you when it came to A3. However, I received good advice from you and support. I truly admired your courage to fight this terrible disease called "cancer". We talked for hours during one of your trips to Miami and I remember one night, you expressed to me how much you wanted to fight this terrible disease and that you wanted to live many more years for your kids and family. You set a goal and that was to finish your last vacation. A journey that took you to Aruba, ...
Thursday 21st August 2014
Today was the cheese market in Gouda. The cheeses were laid out between the splendid stadhuis and the weigh house the helpers were traditionally dressed in their costumes. The men in black trousers and blue and white striped tee-shirts with red scarf secured with a little clog. The ladies in blue and white striped tops, neckerchief with red skirts and a traditional white ...
It was a bit cold and drizzly today, but it was lovely out on the bikes, especially as we didn't get lost. Some of the directions we have been given can only be described as diabolical, but with all our geography skills and Google Maps we have found our way. Before we headed out this morning we explored Gouda (the town, not the cheese!). It is a lovely town with over 300 historical buildings that are in great condition. Em and Rob got to watch the carillon on the East wall of ...
... and I really enjoyed it. The trip took just over an hour, by which time it was lunch o’clock.
We returned to the same Italian restaurant as yesterday and the guy recognised us and seemed pleased we’d gone back there. We ordered our drinks (beer for Tony and a small jug of the house wine for me) and, when he brought them, he had an extra glass of a ‘better’ wine for me! So I was in quite a relaxed state by the time we ...
... treat, not a scrap wasted and we then headed to the red light district. By the time we arrived things were in full swing. The both of us scuttled between the crowds gawping in amazement and horror in equal measures. We agreed that I'd never sqeezed Max's hand so hard and he'd never been so reluctant to let it go! Tomorrows plans include getting up early to visit the anne frank museum and then hopefully some chilling in the ...