Hotel Gastronomique De Echoput
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... about the closeness of the girls to the general public and the poses they adopted as we walked by. Kevin really lagged the group and kept complaining that we were all walking too fast! It is heavily regulated by the government and the girls pay tax etc, but is apparently being phased out gradually. We saw no shortage of men requesting business though.
More drinks in the bar but not too late as we have to be in the bus and on the road at 7.15 in the ...
... Today is the day that Holland was liberated from the German occupation during WWII , a day they celebrate every year and is very much a part of their history. It is lovely to see so many flags flying so proudly.
We only intended to stay here for one night but the park is nice and the owner convinced us to do a bit of sight seeing. So tomorrow we are off to do just that.
It is raining now but it is the end of the day and we are as snug as a bug in Charlie.
... II of England.
Similar to Versailles it is entre cour et jardin and it was meant as as a "Lust-hof" -retreat, pleasure house.
The interiors of rooms following other rooms all named after members of the royal family are richly adorned with tapestries and portraits but what is really resplendent is the garden all'italiana.
Perfect symmetry and axial layout with radiating gravel walks, ...
... has about 60 members and have done considerable community work. It is a mix of various classifications, including doctors, bankers, Chartered Accountants, Industrialists, businessmen, shop-owners, employees, etc. I found several women members during the meeting. In fact, one lady joined the club formally today as she was pinned by a senior Rotarian. The club is also involved in many international projects.
All the members were ...
... attended by many Canadian veterans, and our group had the chance to meet many and chat with thema bout their experiences in war. The local townspeople were also present and it was touching to watch them applaud as each veteran entered the cemetery. One of our students had the privilege of speaking at the ceremony, and did a great job. All in all, this was a very moving ceremony and a great way to kick ...