Hotel van Beelen
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... Train ride smooth and fast. It became very crowded after Rotterdam. Got off at Bruxelles Sud even though my ticket said Midi. Thankfully then found Eurostar entrance. Passport control was good. The guy wanted to know where my relatives were, and then was fascinated I had come so far by train. He looked at all my visas and said it sounded a great trip. Then managed to find wifi in time to say goodbye to James. Belgium helpers ...
... a lasso around the largest of the bells and tie it to a nearby stanchion. When the next gypsy enters, I rope him and pull the rope tight so that he's pulled up against the bell. Clanging as it is, I figure that he's out of commission. Almost before I can respond, the last gypsy is on me; I've taken too long admiring my handiwork on gypsy #4. I lapse into jiu-jitsu; he counters with tae kwon do. I employ karate; he uses aikido. I go to sumo; he goes to judo. We're out of synch ...
... ready for transport and delivered to the lobby by 9AM each morning. As some of you know or have read our previous entries, we are not early risers. 9AM is just too early. As it is, when breakfasts are ever included wherever we stay, we make it down close to the end of the breakfast serving time. =)
Once we had left our luggage ready for pickup we took our time having breakfast - buffet which is the best kind. =) We then tried to determine the ...
... naked, and one lady laying on her stomach had her top undone so she could tan. She got stung by a bee though, and flipped over. But the nudity wasn't as much as my parents and grandparents said it'd be.
We went down to the water. I went up to my knees in the sea, and got some shells for my scrapbook. We wrote MSU 2014 in the sand and took pictures. We talked for awhile with Mark and Joyce, then went home.
In Zoeterwoude, we went to a cheese farm. The farm tour started with a history of the canals, and why they use them like they do in Holland, and a lot about the dairy history. The queen had visited this farm, and they had police boats in the canal on either side of the farm.
We went to the maternity and calf barn first. It was a lot like other barns I have seen, except the younger calves were lowered. ...