Mercure Hotel Tilburg Centrum
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The last day in India was spent with Uncle Maurice in Goa, we gave an Irish dance class to the kids and teachers at his school, went visiting and had lunch at a 5 star hotel resort on the beach. Miriam and my treat to say thank you. Our trip back home went well, only some strange man asking me for help in the airport to get a visa into europe and a man in Delhi sneakily and illegally reading miriam's details from our reservation slip at reception. He also wanted help...
... grew up and where his parents still live. That evening we met Jonne's parents and both Paul and Jonne made us dinner. That evening Jonne went to training and we met him at the grounds were we stayed up late playing a new (at least for us) card game called Tuper (not sure of the spelling!).
On our second day in Sittard we borrowed Tiny's (Jonne's mum) Fiat for the day and drove it around the countryside where Jonne showed us his home town. The ...
... with windmills.
In late afternoon we landed at Kinderdijk for the Kinderdijk Windmills tour. Kinderdijk, a tiny village located on a strip of land between the Lek and Noord Rivers, is one of the most picturesque sights in all of Holland. With the largest concentration of operational windmills -- 19 of them dating from the 14th century -- it is a UNESCO World ...
... backup system. Holland is considered the "man made" part of The Netherlands. The millers who work and live in the windmills are responsible for running and maintaining the windmill and live rent free--not an easy job and they actually wear the wooden shoes to work in! The windmill idea for the Dutch actually came from the Spanish so can not really claim the originators of windmills. Of course, the weather ...
... pub to hang out in and is always packed after six o’clock in the evening. I do not remember the name of my beer, but it was a light Dutch beer and was crisp and cold, so it was perfect.
This marked the end of our short visit with Chris-Anne in Tilburg. Hopefully she will be coming back to Sweden in the future. She dropped us off at the train station and went to begin her Easter weekend as we caught the train to the ...