Hotel Restaurant De Paasberg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Earlier start for us today as I needed to be leaving the hotel just after 7:30am to catch the 7:55am train to Amsterdam. We had breakfast together downstairs with Don's colleague from Indonesia and then I set off (Don kindly walked me to the station for company). Found my way ok to the bus pick up place and left on the tour at 9am. It was a double decker bus and thankfully I secured a window seat upstairs. A woman from Argentina sat beside me. ...
... the occasional drizzle against the face – a true Dutch experience. We visited Utrecht University, its library and different campus buildings and then headed slightly out of town to a beautiful, hidden away countryside of Rijnauwen. It had little canals everywhere, countless trails and parks. We spent a couple of hours sitting by a canal and read our books (she actually had study to do!). On the way back, we bought some beers and went back to ...
... global peace treaty and reestablished the balance of power between major nations in Europe and the Americas. In Utrecht, we were staying with Joep and Yvette. We were warmly welcomed with Yvette's amazing cooking and used her restaurant room as our base for the Netherlands.
We were quickly baptised into the Dutch way of life:
* learning that we are very short (Andrea was too short to ride Joep ...
... hard. My little pie connoisseurs. We then all loaded into cars and went to a neaby town where the kids went ice skating on an outdoor rink. They had a ball and Bella was really hitting it off with Emmalin as they tried Dutch and English words out on each other. Back home for dinner and I ended up having a relatively early night whilst Zed sat up talking with Mary-Anne and Joachim into the wee small hours.
The castle is called ...
... skydome that opens in good weather. There we sat enjoyed a
suitably teutonic meal of schnitzels, pork knuckle and bread
dumplings. All washed down (in Dad's case) by a lovely cold ½ litre
glass of weizen beer. By the time we'd had our meal, it was time to
go to the gate and board. This was the bit that we were looking
forward to, as we'd only heard good things about Qatar Airways. They
didn't prove us wrong... We travelled in ...