- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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An early morning start for me to get to Roelof and Janny's place in Gorredijk. Then we were off to Urk, a fishing village which was once an island. The weather was great to sit outside and enjoy coffee and lunch and a stroll around the village.
We returned to Gorredijk and then rode bicycles through the woods and countryside to find a lovely quiet place to enjoy afternoon tea, in the sunshine.
An evening meal with Fabriek family and then back to ...
... really good mates over the three weeks in Australia. As I suspected when Rob entered the apartment the boys picked up where they left off. Both competing to have the loudest voice and the funniest story. We loaded into the car and off we went. On our way "home" stopped in at Volendam, a wharf/marina where we had breakfast and Adrian ate a salted herring - another delight from his childhood.
We arrived at Jan and Gea's house where we would be based ...
Went to a waterpark in Groningen today. It had a waterslide and I think we went down it fifty times! When we went grocery shopping we used these cool scanning things to add your things up as you shop. Every sauce in Holland seems to have mayonnaise in it. Later in the day we went op-shopping and I found an awesome purple suit. Watched world cup football on the TV that ...
... in Holland that sells croquettes, frikandels, burgers and pommes frites. You put your money in a slot to get your croquettes. It is sort of like a coke machine. I bought an iPod case with a printed TARDIS on it. It is very cool. Caught a bus back to ...
Left Casper and drove up to Groningen to visit our Oma. We stopped at the "Kinder Dijk" on the way. There were Dutch windmills, cheese shops and even a big clog store. As we continued to drive up north we picked up two hitchhikers. It was great to see Oma when we arrived and give her a big ...