Wapen van Enkhuizen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Conference facilities
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... of herb garlic cheese. Yummy.
We capped our tour with a stop at a restaurant recommended by our very kind host, Anrik Englehard. Located in a tiny village of Holysloot just 5 miles North of our small apartment, the "Drink & Eetlokaal Het Schoolhuis" was a delight. We enjoyed an antipasti dish of select meats and vegetables to start. Followed with an entree of saffron risotto with shrimp for Kathy and lamb ...
... gardens today, these were meant to be the best spring gardens in the whole wide world, renowned for their amazing displays of tulips. Unfortunately we were a couple or so weeks early and the tulips weren't out yet, we knew this, but the weather was clear and sunny and we thought they may have planted a few daffs here and there. We arrived, paid our money, went in and started looking around. There were a few tulips in boxes but it was mainly loads of crocuses. At first ...
... will all be familiar with these terms in the teaching context.
Last day in the 'dam!
Another breakie at vinnies. Service wasn't so great - I think the staff were all hungover or stoned over. The people at the table next door pointed out that their table was wobbling and the response was 'what would you like me to do about that?'
Service was a little slow so we were running late and had to rush to get to biddy and johns at the appointed hour of 11am. On one street ...
The Hat set sail from the "Skinny Bridge".
Freed by a sudden gust of wind and loose from its tether off it sailed North Westwards up the Amstel. Narrowly avoiding two, glass topped, pleasure cruisers and a police launch it quickly gathered momentum using both wind and current.
Turning right at the New Herengraght canal it slipped easily and confidently under the footbridge.
I watched its ...