Hotel De Kroon
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... tales, fables and folklore. The park was opened in 1952. At 6pm we drove to Utrecht to visit Maryanns son for a drink.Then it was off to Uitdam, where Rob and Maryann have a boat. They spend most weekends on the boat. Uitdam is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Nth Holland.It is a part of the municipality of Waterland and lies on the coast ...
... which in English is fries. We then went a ride that showed you around a gnome garden I went in a cart with Opa. Then we went on the pagoda which looked like a merry-go-round that went 60 metres off the ground and you could look over the whole park! Then we did the Carnaval festival where we went through different countries and it showed about the culture. Then we went on a ride that went through what ...
... It is a UNESCO site, protected only since 1997, spectacular scenery indeed. Several other people joined me outside, taking millions of photos of these lovely, ancient structures. My roommate and I walked along the narrow street heading into town; she stopped to take videos, as all of these old windmills are still working-- when there is wind. I continued into the little town, peering into windows as ...
Michael started back at work today, so Bruno and I were left to our own devices. We were going to see where Michael works, but it wasn't an easy thing to do so decided to stay put. Packed and tided the ports ready for tomorrow and then went downtown. Using the gps on Bruno's phone, we managed to walk the distance without getting lost. It only took half an hour.
Sales on everywhere, but most of the stuff is like back home, and sizing is different so not really interested in ...
... wedding taking place inside.
Kasteel de-haar though, that was amazing. We had a quick little bite to eat before exploring the grounds, and thats actually really all we wanted to do (and realistically had time to do) the castle though, was...breathtaking? best castle ever! Current buildings date back to 1892, it has a proper moat! it is amazing. I think everyone should visit.
We then left and went off to the castle we were ...