Hotel-Restaurant De Beukenhof
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... important people in my life grew. Travel opens ones perspective, and with coming home, I wanted to grow the relationships I had… Or at least, the ones worth keeping. And this certainly was the case. Like I have said to those closest to me, leaving on a new adventure is all the more easier knowing that I have the love and support around me, wherever I may be, to back me on my own journey.
But… enough of this preamble, let’s get to what has ...
... the hotel.
And so, my Dear Friends, the journey is over. I suppose I’d get tired of travelling eventually, or my feet would wear out and fall off, but I’m not quite ready to go home yet. However, I’ll be on the
plane tomorrow. Many thanks for reading the blog, and for all your comments and emails; you really have kept me company every step of the way.
Until the next journey,
We started our amazing day with a visit to the largest flower auction in the world. It was overwhelming to enter a building that covers an area of 220 football fields. There are more than 34 million flowers traded there daily. There is a frenzy of carts moving constantly from one area to the next. Flowers come from all over the world including Kenya, Ethiopia, Israel, and ...
... tourists walking on the bike lanes, and locals are riding their boats on the lazy canal waters of Amsterdam.
We went to Rotterdam today to visit Martin's uncle Bryn. He and his wife Ida made us very welcome. We last saw them in 2001. Bryn is 82 and not quite as spry as he used to be. Ida and Judy sat in the apartment and chatted while Martin and Bryn retired to the back patio and drank beer, smoked ...