Bilderberg Landgoed Lauswolt
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- Heated pool
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Jos and Fenny take me to nearby Assen to see the Drents Museum (gallery). The building is old, not surprising, and has been lifted to allow windows to be placed at the bottom. Surprising and amazing. Inside we wander through several exhibits including one of sculpture by german artist Laura Eckert, I found her use of wood and marble fascinating. The Glasgow ...
Familiar faces and another warm welcome that reminds me how fortunate I am to have such a family, both at home and here. I happily handover the suitcase for Jos to carry upstairs, I can manage it on and off trains and planes and over footpaths etc, but also happy to delegate on stair-occasions. In 'my room' upstairs I am greeted by a large photograph of Jos and Fenny's son Jasper holding a koala. During Jaspers year in Australia, he spent ...
... we played. It was surreal. May not have been our finest moment. Our hosts Nicholas and Sarah were such gems, making us burritos for dinner, plying booze, and ...and putting us up for the night in their tiny flat-all 9 of us. I chose to sleep in the van, on the mattress, which was comfy and quiet (no snoring). Unfortunately seems slightest movement, like nudging the window with ...
From Volendam we travelled across The Afsluitdijk which is a 27km man made road which divided the sea and created a giant lake whilst solving The Netherlands problems of continuos flooding. The Afsluitdijk was built in 1927 and was a great little addition to the road trip of The Netherlands. Our next ...
... Nederland and get to know more Dutch family and friends.
By the time we had coffee, did some washing, played with Beau and chatted some more it was lunchtime. Lovely organic delights came out to eat.
After lunch the sky was clear and the plan was to make a bike ride to Veenhuisen, where Evelina and Chas live. Rianne loaded with children (one in the front pack and one in the bike cart) came too. Margreet and I were on the tandem. ...