Landhotel Legemeer - Hampshire Classic
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... of herb garlic cheese. Yummy.
We capped our tour with a stop at a restaurant recommended by our very kind host, Anrik Englehard. Located in a tiny village of Holysloot just 5 miles North of our small apartment, the "Drink & Eetlokaal Het Schoolhuis" was a delight. We enjoyed an antipasti dish of select meats and vegetables to start. Followed with an entree of saffron risotto with shrimp for Kathy and lamb ...
... harbor and watch tower where Kim and I had lunch, then we walked the shopping street until it was time to go back to the train. The dinner theme was Greek and pretty tasty, as always. To kill some time we watched a movie--the girl with the pearl earring. Tomorrow is iffy whether we will be riding. We shall ...
... the autobarns so do many other people. Krasky goes in.....Kransky comes out....70 euro cents or not!!! Well another euro city done, another small crowd. Played well known Copenhagen venue -Mayhem. About 30 punters, some of whom left during Kitchens Floor (yet Matt sold most records-go figure). Pretty messed up with tired before this gig. Mitch and I fully asleep in the car 5 ...
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 ...
... you look at something, and trying to find a place for art in your own life. Art is really all about us and not about pretentiousness and academia. I don't know anything about the techniques of painting or photography or design but I love museums and art galleries for the thoughts they inspire, the experiences and things you can learn. "This museum was designed in the 19th century to function as a replacement for the old cathedrals, it was to be a cathedral of art. Culture ...