Holland Hotel De Hoogt
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... De reden dat er een eind komt aan deze epische trip is omdat ik het gevoel heb dat het reizen een lifestyle is geworden en dat ik moeite heb om intens te blijven genieten van die zoveelste adembenemende zonsondergang. Ook verlang ik ernaar om het perspectief te zien: hoe ik als persoon met "reisbagage" mijn plaats zal vinden in de hectiek van de Westerse wereld.
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... how many bikes we have seen in Holland. But the interesting thing is not how many bikes there were, instead how many bikes were lying on the ground because they have fallen over. Maybe it's the special smoke that effects the bikes as well... At one place we witnessed a red scooter which was chained to a bar on the edge of the canal, hanging down the canal wall. I'm glad I'm not the person having to get it back up onto the road. After wandering and ...
Fried in beef lard or vegetable oil
Mayonnaise sauce to dip
Cut .50cm potatoes
Par boil in deep fryer at 140deg for a few minutes
Pull out and re deep fry for a few minutes at 180 deg, until golden
"Useless Beer Facts #1&2: Similar to no China Town in China, there is no Belgium Beer Cafes in Belgium. When an Aussie is holding two beers, it's called double parked but when a Canadian is holding two ...
... that drinks were included basically all night so i knew we were in for a big one, and that it was! Starting with a delicious 4 course dinner in a cute little town. We then headed back into Amsterdam and did a 90 minute cruise on the canals such a nice way to see Amsterdam and got some great snaps of the sun setting, weirdest feeling because it was almost 10 pm and the sun was only just going down. After that we headed to as our tour manager called it a ...
... similarly have used the new space for processing entries, a cafe, shop, and general gawking space. The whole building in fact looks spiffy. Brick work has been pressure cleaned, painted and stencilled walls and ceilings in the Great Hall have been lovingly restored and the facilities are excellent....they did not forget that ladies need more Ladies.
The Museum begins with medieval art from around the 11th century on the ground floor and then you move through the ...