Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Kempen
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... stand in line for a while. From the outside the building is beautiful already but the inside is so detailed, it's amazing to see. Unfortunately no pictures can be made inside so our memories will have to do. When we enter, the rain suddenly starts pouring so the chapel ends being a refuge for people escaping getting wet. We put our brave shoes on to walk on outside to still try to enjoy the details of the chapel outside and then head to our very last ...
Left our mooring around 8am to arrive in plenty of time for a railway bridge opening. (They only open once an hour at 2 minutes to the hour.) No problems there at all. After that meandered on our way to Oudenbosch. A town with a well known replica of St Peters in Rome as a church here. The church is incredible and has quite a ...
My friend Saskia who visited KS as an occupational therapy exchange student herself was kind enough to invite us all to her home near Essen. She had a lot of animals including horses, chickens, dogs, ponies, and a cat as well as a beautiful home.
The night was surreal. Minus having some scratchy eyes from the cat.. We had some Cava out on her porch, ate a very nice meal inside, and then ...
... signage. It stopped raining and so we left it on the bottom press studs and ready to lift again if needed. Fortunately it wasn't. We arrived at Terheijden turning and as John turned into the dyke he was greeted with the small foot and cycle ferry coming out at full speed. He managed to stop and waited for them to come out, and we went in and moored up. The ferry man came over and with his "other hat" is the harbour master who said we could ...
... cows. At each rafter and anywhere suitable, there is a small nest. The farmer said there are approximately 100 nests within the barn. The whole time we were in there they were flying in and out, free to come and go as they please as the doors are perennially open. Besides the barn swallows there are also house swallows. These nest on the outside of old barns and houses, just under the overhanging roof; a spot very much to their liking. Between the barn and the house there are about ...