Hotel-Restaurant De Wijnberg
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... the town from sever flooding. The museum is reached by a short 15 minute boat ride and provides a unique perpesctive of life in the late 1800s, early 1900s in the region. Many houses and businesses/ trades are displayed in period style buildings for a real hands on tour. One of the most interesting to date. While the weather wasn't very pleasant, the people of the museum were a delight to chat with. Many demonstrations of ...
Today was unusual. The boat couldn't move due to a high wind advisory which also means it's not good to cycle either, so plan B was to take the train into Hoorn which we would have cycled to if the weather had been good. We did a mini city walk with Winfried and Danielle then we were free to go. Hoorn has ...
We started today from Wieringermeer where we docked after sailing from Texel yesterday. We started in the rain and wind heading for Medemblik. That's about all I can say about it...it was windy and wet. The long group lead by Danielle had an extra loop to take through Twisk which has old farmhouses along small canals. It's a very pretty area. We rode through farmland with red ...
... 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 ...
Today started with our daily walk around Enkhuizen. A few highlights today included finding a beautiful park where we found an emu, some deer and alpacas. We also watched some maintenance being done on the pylons on the canals. We looked at some wonky walls, nothing seems square in the old parts of the towns and wandered down a street decorated in preparation for the World Cup, the Dutch love their soccer and national team, orange everywhere. We will miss our walks around ...