Hotel Het Oude Postkantoor
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... a room right in the heart of the town. The streets are all cobble stone and the Main Street where we are staying allows no vehicles, just BIKES and walking people and did I mention BIKES! There are parking lots for bikes at train stations the size of a football field and they are filled with bikes. Such a quiet and relaxed pace here, compared to England. Roy got us in a bit of of a situation...when he asked the waiter if pig oysters that were on the ...
In 2 weeks from now, we'll be in Japan. We are now finalizing the last details of the trip ;) Music has been uploaded in the ipad, e-readers have enough books, volkskrant magazines are packed. We even created a travel blog :) No really, it looks like we're kind on ready to go. The adventure will take us to Hokkaido, the northern ...
Ken went one way and I went the other. The town was mistakenly bombed by the Allied Forces and the Allied Forces mainly Americans were defeated here 1800 Americans died. The only old places that survived were the church and the merchants building. Ken went to Arnhem, to see the museum about the battle of the "Bridge to Far". There was a wonderful museum and also a well kept Commonwealth Grave Cemetery. It was amazing the deep thanks the Dutch still have for the 1st British Airborne ...
... is very quaint. The houses have huge square windows very different from all the shuttered small windows we have seen on the rest of our trip. The village itself has a connection with Vincent Van Gogh with a nearby Kroller-Muller museum which includes 278 works by the man himself. There is some sort of festival going on here at the moment as there are banners across the street and each garden has an easel displaying a piece of artwork. We did some art ...
By far the most surprising fact I've learned this year is about the Netherlands. These days most folks know that some land that is being deforested is in danger of becoming more like desert a process called desertification. So that is another thing for my generation to feel guilty and troubled about but....the rest of the story is that in fact people have been ruining the land in this way for years. The Dutch overfarmed the Netherlands way back ...