Mercure Hotel Tilburg Centrum
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... in to you. We just thought that was rude... We were very surprised when someone tried I help us, isn't that strange? In India everyone offered to help us! We had to get used to not being able to get onto our own websites, facebook/snapchat/Instagram, we couldn't talk to our family and friends the way we are used to, also couldn't use google which was a bit strange. But we did use Bing.com a lot and got to know ...
... walked round the riverside quarter and found the haven museum with some spectacular boats and dockside cranes. A while later we strolled back to join the McDonalds at the marina. A quiet evening was had by all, good night, God Bless.
John and Isi notes;
Before parting, we went to the VVV where we saw pictures from 1932, 1945, 1967 and 2008. The picture from 1945 tells the very moving story of how ...
... previously under water. Windmills look very pretty on the horizon and are very complex structures close up. Most have now been replaced by electric power stations which can shift water out of the low lying land at a much greater rate. There is a saying that "God made the world but the Dutch made Holland". This is an amazing fact as the majority of their country lies below sea level and they have created it. They build stronger dykes to ...
... homes then moved them 40km outside the city, with no running water, toilets, shelters...these people have families. The poverty is hidden, but with no solutions. Each city differed on this front. Delhi had it all, like everyone says, you can find everything in Delhi, and this goes from wholesale goods to people...you've read my experiences, so I don't need to repeat everything I saw and did, but now that I'm home I can actually feel...they say we can't cry unless we feel safe, ...
... included mashed potatoes mixed with bacon and greens with delicious Dutch sausage. That night we decided to go out into the city centre where we danced and drunk the night away with Jonne's football team.
On our last day in Sittard Paul went with Ruud (Jonne's dad) to watch Jonne play football and Anita and I went window shopping around town. Again that night Tiny made another traditional dish called zoervleis (which translates to sour meat). It is ...