Hotel Terminus Den Bosch
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
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... afraid to tell what's up her sleeve and is so involved with my wellbeing. @Jo: Prob. you're the only one at the office reading this; thank you and I'm sorry if I do not mention enough how pleased I'm with you!). Now the field has changed. Alice and I can now really enjoy this holiday. New territory so new soil. We picked out this kinda together. One night we selected three trips and Alice wanted to stay in the dark on what it became. She had a hunch. I ...
... and Noble; this felt completely normal. At around noon, we ventured back outside and though the weather was ******, it certainly did not shut down Gay Pride Festival! Pink ribbon and balloons lined the streets. DJ's were featured on every square in the tiny city. After walking around the city a bit longer and witnessing all the pink and gay-prideness, we decided to walk back to our apartment. While doing so, we stumbled upon the parade route! I think the pictures ...
... per sq km they can't afford to have urban sprawl. Our first stop was Zaanse Schans (a windmill village) with its typical green-timbered houses and warehouses. We were told every windmill is different according to its purpose. We got to see the working parts of a windmill that operates as a sawmill. The spice grinding windmill wasn't actually operating when we were there but oh the fragrance when we walked in the door - glorious! It was at this stop that ...
... a quiet affair. With Anne at the university, I spent the morning blogging and hanging out with Rosa and Yuriaan, eating breakfast really slowly and helping the guys clean up the mess. It felt like the place had had a storm go through it! There was stuff everywhere – beer bottles, pizza boxes, bits of food, furniture upside down and a hangover to match. After Anne got back from university, we spent the afternoon just hanging out, ...
... canal tours. They have canals which run under the buildings as originally they were the sewers. It took me ages to find where I could get tickets and by then the only tour was ages away and then it was an hours tour. Conscious of the ridiculous car parking charges I was incurring at this point I decided to pass on the tour and head back to the car. On the way back though I did get to try a Bosch Ball, which is a doughnut thing but less greasy ...
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