Hotel In den Verdwaalde Koogel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... really going to try keep this travelblog thing up to date and of course I am always available for skypecalls/ fb messages/ whatevs! :D Just shoot me a facebook message (don't really know what I'm gonna do phonenumber wise yet) and we'll work something out!
See you all in January!
ps I am sorry if our selfie is not featured on here; they were mostly pretty unacceptable so decided to go for the 'safe' family pics. They're available request however! :D
... passengers on the Rhine. I can see clearly enough to watch him wave a gun in the direction of the boat's owner, likely a Luger 33, 8 shots, small bore, full metal jacket - and can see the boat's owner hastily jump ashore. In an instant, I can see smoke pouring from the Waterbus stack, and know that my troubles haven't gone away at all. We make our way up the Rhine, past an increasingly industrialized landscape - we're no longer in the Middle Rhine - the romantic stretch of ...
... new babies; as the children grow up they move up floors. The teenagers live at the top of the windmill, and then our guide told us that when there is no more room, they marry and move out. The Dutch are very practical people.
In these windmills the only room that is heated is the living room. Picture a small room filled with light from a large window; the table is placed in front of this ...
... of fish, battered and deep fried served with a tartar/mayonnaise type sauce. We had a beer sitting at a beach side bar then had a stroll along the promenade where we saw lots of strange fun bronze sculptures which the children could climb on.
We then returned to Den Haag central and had a walk around looking at the old and new buildings. We found a lovely big square and sat with a beer and took in the atmosphere. As ...
... 7PM. We were so tired, I had to take a nap and couldn't muster the energy to go out and eat. Brian was very hungry so I agreed to go down to the hotel restaurant.
Since it was Sunday, the hotel only had pizza. I am sure it is whatever Dutch version of DiGiorno pizza but it was still good. I only had a slice, Brian had the rest of two pizzas.
Did we do any more sightseeing in Gouda? No, and not the following day either. More on that on the next blog entry...