Apollo Hotel Breda City Centre
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Emma Today we had another lazy morning getting ready to go to Breda. We did not have breakfast with Oom Wim and Tanta Ria which was a bit weird seaming we are in their house. Then we headed off for Breda. The first thing we did there was find the vvv which in New Zealand is like the AA to get a map so we knew where to do and the main things to go and see were and where they were. We went for a walk to get a hot chocolate we ended up getting at ...
... than a weather catastrophe is terrorism attack of their dike system. He's very interesting and we tip him as he guides us to the ever present souvenir shop.
We stop at the other Viking ship Bragi and secure a shirt and Mom's tote bag finally. We still have a shipboard credit so we blow the last of it on a 50% off future cruise deposit. Time to get ready for the big bash tonight. The intro of all the staff and some fancy meal with champagne. I had ...
... br> It wasn't long before we were back on the road and braving the Dutch traffic. We passed row after row of greenhouses which seemed to be everywhere. We had heard the Dutch were expert growers, but we were prepared for fields of greenhouses on this scale! Although we were only traveling about thirty minutes away, it seemed like we were never going to get there! There were so many road blocks, diversions, and demolished streets that we had to take a few different ...
... of Anneke and her husband when Wubbe arrived at Marrian's house wearing an AUSTRALIAN T shirt that he had bought off Benny for 5 Euros when we all first met 3 years ago ,after a great meal we all watched the football Holland V Costa Rica in which Holland won after penalty shoot out ,All of Holland was in the party mood with cars tooting and people singing in the street to all hours of the early morning.I think it was after ...
... steep stairs and walked on top of the windmill. I couldn't believe Jan actually went up there as you know he has this problem with heights. On the way down, we had to walk backwards. That was even a little scarier than going up, but we did it.
In the other little town, Hooge Zwaluwe, we wandered around back yards to get a better view of the windmill, and we saw sheep, goats, and chickens in the fields and yards. It was so special to get this ...