Hotel-Restaurant La Promenade
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Reunion with the Schaap family. Suzanna & Emma have technically known each other all their life, just with really big gaps... They hit it off again Emma poffertjes with Suzanna Kiki haring with Rosemarijn Cool outfits to fit warm weather Amersfoort ...
... in the Netherlands to follow this practice. Quite beautiful, lovely flowery designs. They wear a very stiff 'kraplap' over their shoulders (see the photo). Also part of the skirt had to be ironed a particular way to result in horizontal creases. In the museum a lady showed us the historical dress of the village. It was very strict with certain material used for weddings or mourning. ...
Arriving in Amsterdam, I found out that the previous years' Queen's Day that was on 30 Apr is now changed to King's Day on 26 Apr due to the abdication of Queen Beatrix. Hence, this year they are celebrating the King's birthday instead, resulting in a huge crowd congregating upon Amsterdam to party. This unexpected change certainly made my day more interesting! There's a sea of orange everywhere - ...
... placed in a bowl and stirred with renin and "something else" to help form curds. After a lot of stirring, we separated the whey (mostly water) from the curds. And after much effort, I was able to squish the last little bit of liquid out and put it in little containers with cheesecloth around it. We were told to make sure there were no wrinkles ...
... I don't know well, which led to a first-ever experience for me. The Dutch are well known for being a multi-lingual people. "Everyone" speaks English, and often German, French and perhaps another language. When I stopped to ask, in English, for directions to the hotel, the two forty-something women I asked got a panicked look on their faces and said, in Dutch, 'I don't think I know enough English to help'. So I had to reach deep and come up with the Dutch for 'I speak a little ...