Hotel In den Verdwaalde Koogel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... blog entry will not only be late but MAY have a bit of after-effects of several German beers! :-) Our cruise director Marianne is Dutch and so gave a great presentation on all things Dutch while we enjoyed Dutch pastries and Dutch coffee (has whipped cream and an egg liqueur). Sampled jenever, which to me tasted similar to cognac. Had a few cheese samples then had an art lesson on many of the Dutch Masters. Seemed like all we did this afternoon was ...
... sights and places personal to her. We saw some windmills (it is the Netherlands!) and a castle. When we arrived at a restaurant, Belle, we had some tea and cookies. Then we continued our walk. We shared good conversation during the walk, and I think that she is a fascinating woman. She is very interested in Buddhism, yoga, and generally living an enlightened, healthy life. After my long pilgrimage and my many days of introspection, ...
... road for about 6 hours or so. Because it's Sunday they don't have meals at the hotel so the first place we came across was a pizza shop so that's what we had for dinner. And very nice it was too. All I can say is thank goodness common sense prevailed and we decided to train it to Amsterdam tomorrow. Almost 80kms is way beyond my capabilities. Between 20 and 30 kms is good for me. Probably a bit more if no head wind and nice and flat terrain. An electric bike would be even ...
... to him.
The shortened version of his story is that it was a cold day when St Martin, then a soldier, was approached by a naked beggar for help. All that he owned were his clothes, (horse and equipment belonging to his emperor), so he cut his cloak in half and gave half to the beggar. Following this event, he was "visited" by the beggar as Jesus. St Martin then saw the ...