Hotel de Moriaan
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... that decision for us. We had a beautiful steady motor up this very pretty river at an average speed of nearly 10kmh in lieu of the 7+ up the Waal. We made it to Kerkdriel quicker this way. I took some photos of river traffic and scenes along the river. Denise and I talked for a long time about our time together and reflected on just how good our lives have become. We thought ...
... in order to live in the windmills because they must turn a certain number of rounds per year. It is an honor to live in the windmills. Arrived in Amsterdam. Disembarking tomorrow. Traveling by train to Paris tomorrow morning. In the Netherlands, Santa Claus comes on a steam boat with his white horse named Amerigo. His assistants are called Black Pete because they are covered in coal from coming down ...
... similar device with one of my students who was hearing impaired. It is such a great way to hear information and also to be able to be a bit away from the group. Thursday was a very full day for us. In the morning we had a Black Forest bus tour with two stops - while the scenery in the Black Forest was lovely, the stops were touristy places. I would have preferred to have a shorter bus tour. In the afternoon, we opted for the optional excursion ...
... been such an amazing adventure, I wouldn't change it for the world! :-) We're at a campsite in Breda, the Netherlands, which seemed like a good place to stop so we would only have about 50 miles to do in the morning, but what a bonus place we found!! Decided we were again too tired to put the tent up so asked for a cabin... Got a fully modern trailer home, two separate bedrooms, kitchen with ...
... is not thriving as early as May. It is a great time to be on the water since there are few boaters out and about. We picked up our rubber "Canadian canoe" (as opposed to a canoe, aka kayak) and were off!
We had a great day of paddling. It is only supposed to take 3 hours to paddle to the island where we were staying for the night but we managed to make a day of it. We did this by taking as many detours and narrow passages as possible, paddling slowly to catch every detail ...