Hotel Restaurant de Jonge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Restaurant de Jonge Giethoorn
Their website says free Wifi available at the site, but the barn house that we stayed had no Wifi. We raised this issue to the owner but didn't get any service recovery. However, it was a lovely place, a bit over priced.
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... the Rugby World Cup which everyone is interested in, even me from a distance. It is lovely to see Jan-Willem and Chris again and find out how the rest of their trip in Australia went after I saw them in Melbourne recently. And of course there is time to find out whose doing what, sharing of photos, of people at home, grandboys, of course. Thank you to the ...
Familiar faces and another warm welcome that reminds me how fortunate I am to have such a family, both at home and here. I happily handover the suitcase for Jos to carry upstairs, I can manage it on and off trains and planes and over footpaths etc, but also happy to delegate on stair-occasions. In 'my room' upstairs I am greeted by a large photograph of Jos and Fenny's son Jasper holding a koala. During Jaspers year in Australia, he spent ...
... set of an ear piercing alarm, which I did 3 times. Brutal. Off at 6.30am -12 hour drive ahead. Tonight we play some festival in Amsterdam. Can I play trumpet while sleeping? We'll call it performance art. Nice music listening experiences so far: - Ornette Coleman - ferry to Denmark - David Behrman-misty bridge crossing islands in Denmark, - Grouper - after 3 hr sleep -van to ...
... the day was to Giethoorn a small village in the Provence of Overijssel with a population of just over 2,000, it is only accessible by water and is a quaint little village to wander through. Last part to the road trip was driving past the seven hills that holland has, the rest of the land is ridiculously ...
... day was hitting us. We had a cup of tea in Margreet and Arendt's apartment - a peaceful living space away from the main house, then settled into their trailer tent for the night.
Monday 24 August
We didn't rush to get up as rain was threatening and we had no set plans to do anything. We did say farewell to Julian as Vincent was giving him a ride to Assen station as he was heading for Amsterdam. It was so lovely that he had been keen to join ...