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... of tea or coffee! Well why not at that age, right? About an hour later, more coffee and tea was brought out along with biscuits (tea crackers) and flinderkaas (cheese butterfly cookies). They were wonderful! About 5:40 everyone is leaving so we had to take some family photos and then head out the door with hugs, kisses, and agreement to meet again in either the Netherlands or the U.S.
After we left we decided to head to the town of Veere and ...
... they have other types of flavored ketchup such as curry flavor). Becky and Peter ate at a small bakery down one of the side streets that had a luncheon menu.
About 1:15 we saw Monique and her aunt, Leny. We decided to go and see if we could ride the Rondvaart, the boat ride around the Middelburg canals. They run when they feel like it—that is when there are enough people so one never knows. When we arrived we found that they were running so we bought tickets ...
... spicy sauce that came with the sandwiches--kind of like a spicy jelly--it was yucky. There was also some good mustard that came with the bitterballen. Mike drank fizzy water and the rest of us still water. We chatted with the waitress and watched as they prepared for tonight's World Cup match--putting out more beer taps and t.v. screens. It's going to be crazy here.
Next we decided to walk through the market that is up in the square. While there ...
... to have a greek meal for a change. Later on back at the Hotel we spent some more time together catching up on news and enjoying each others company. The next morning we drove to Vlissingen where we strolled along the beach a bit until the wind got too strong and then headed into town to a café. From the café we dropped Pam & Wouter off at the railway station so they could make their way back to Amstelveen and we headed south.
3rd June 2012
It is cold and very wet today. What a shame for the Middelburg Volkoren Festival here and the Jubilee celebrations in London, especially the Thames Pageant. After breakfast some boats left, so we moved forward so we were alongside the pontoon instead of the other boat. It is best for both of us with regards privacy and saves us going across their decks to get ashore.
John went to pay the harbour master and got ...
Other places to stay in Middelburg
Loskade 1, Middelburg | 2 star hotelfrom $105
Buitenruststraat 22, Middelburg | 4 star hotelfrom $107
Loskade 3-5-7, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $139
Bosschaartsweg 2, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $120
Dam 31, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $147
Loskade 19, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $121