Hotel Café Restaurant de Boekanier
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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After 21 hours of being on an airplane, and 3 hours stopping over in Singapore we (me and dad) finally made it to Amsterdam! We got off the plane, collected luggage then met with Ruud for him to drive us to Omas house. The ride was just over an hour and was really great to see what holland was ...
Went for a day drive with Jan. Wilma stayed with Tessa who competed in a 5km run. We drove to The Hague and saw the International Court of Justice and Parliament House. Then on to the sea wall near Neeltje Jans, part of the Delta Works that were imperative after the massive flood of 1953 that killed 1,835 people. Lack of funds, environmental disputes and technical difficulties slowed the project and it was not completed until ...
... station we did 4 years ago when we went to Spain just in the opposite direction. That's about as interesting as the journey got.
Arrived at Zeebrugge for the ferry and went to the supermarket to grab some beer for the ferry. I normally drink Belgian beer so was in hog heaven, beer I pay £4 £5 for at home and i could get 6 cans for 7 Euro's. Seriously considered leaving ...
... by other peoples and learned almost nothing about the finer aspects of culinary arts. Still, if you are savvy, you can eat cheap and well here by going to a herring stand or grocery store!
Well, we made our way to a coffee-shop and had a " space-cake" and then went into the Red Light district. I have to admit that catching a buzz and walking through all that high-density sleeze is a 5-star attraction. It never gets old. ...
... our hero went off into town to track down the part he wanted. It cost 89 cents (€17+ in the chandlers for similar). Isi helped John getting the cable through the tubes on the radar arch and after that she went to use the launderette (we are not on mains so could not use our onboard washing machine). It took some time and very fiddly work, but John got the rewired Garmin to work, getting 11 satellites 1st go (see how it works ...