Hotel Gastronomique De Echoput
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- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Heated pool
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After 2 years working in London the work visa has sadly expired which means it is time for one last Europe trip before flying home to NZ. So after a few days hanging around being a tourist in London I jumped on a mega bus to Amsterdam to spend time with my family in the Netherlands. It was a very long day on the bus before I arrived in Amsterdam then took a train to Apeldoorn where Remko and Eline live. Remko met me at the station and by the time we got home it was nearly ...
... to you the whole entire time I’ve known you. Your whole life you’ve really worked your ass off, as you would’ve said. I honestly have admiration for that.
You started all the way on the bottom in the hotel business on your 19th and before you
knew it you had people working for you. When I grow up and become a real adult, I want to become just as independent as you were. Hopefully I also inherited for that your perseverance, courage ...
Today I emailed with a friend in Jakarta. I hope she can help me finding our pembantu (Indonesian for Maid) Sammie. It would be nice if we could meet with her again. At that time we lived at Jl Musholla 23 in Cilandak-Timur. We took Sammie with us when we moved from Ujung Pandang to Jakarta. When we left we paid for her ticket home. But later we heard that she stayed in Jakarta. I guess she might still be around. Hope we can find ...
... It tastes like honey mustard, but turns out it contains curry and onion. It was delicious but painful to eat because my tongue is tender, and the toasted bread shredded the top of my mouth like Cap'n Crunch.
After lunch, it was time for a trip to Hilversum, a town about 15 minutes away by car. We got into the Volvo, nearly died pulling away from the house, apologized to the fella who "tooted" (that's what Kit calls a short honk) ...
... Openluchtmuseum, what that really means is that it is a typical interpretation of how society lived and worked during the last 200 years. Typical Dutch they say but what does that really mean,surely much more than bicycles,clogs,windmills and tulips. This village shows you that there is more to the Dutch than that and also shows you how they have evolved in the last 200 years.Buildings have been restored and placed in working order. It is a vast area to visit and does ...