Hotel Restaurant de Joremeinshoeve
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... about 12 kms northeast of Amsterdam. The IJsselmeer is a shallow artificial lake fed through the Ketelmeer by the river IJssel. It is mainly fed by water from the Rhine since the IJssel is a branch for it. Upon arrival at 9pm we settled down on the boat to enjoy cheese and biscuits and wine. We then spent the night on the boat rocking ourselves to sleep. ...
... hobbiton villages and different places in lots of different scenes and back drops. After that we went on the teacup but we got a bad one and it only went around the outside not all through the inside. Then Mum and I went on a roller coaster called the Flying Dutchman and we had to wait in line for 30 minutes and there were some really rude people from Belgium who pushed in front of us and some other ...
The Dutch are very concerned with proper behavior. One of their well-known sayings is, "Act normal, that is strange enough." So to show they are proper citizens, they leave their front windows unshaded, uncurtained so people can look inside to see that they are living properly. What goes on in the rest of the house is private, but they must appear proper at least in their front ...
... The girls in the shops do speak English if you ask which is good, because I can't understand a thing.
We bought some potato chips for lunch ( they are really nice here, crispy) and then Bruno had a waffle and I had some poffertjes with capuchinos.
Decided to catch the tram back, as we seem to have become familiar with it now that it's time to go home! Then finished off packing bags and had a rest.
Michael came home about five thirty, followed by Tristan and ...
... for the night. Tricky on arrival there was a storm, no one was around, then finally I got a hold of someone (its really like a B&B with the people living in a desperate coach house to the castle). We got taken up to a period room in the tower. Which was amazing to be in an actual tower....but the toilet was next to the bed....in the end we got moved to a state room in the "newer" part of the castle. Was a good experience staying there though