Moevenpick Hotel 's-Hertogenbosch
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... We love it. We want that name to be our last name. Kiki and CeeCee Vingbloom. Sound good? Yeah. I though as much!!
We learned what baynoet crossroads are, checked out Zoete Lieve Gerritje - a kind hearted and cheerful symbol of the local spirit and bought tickets for a canal tour. Wooohooo! This is almost like being in Venice! Almost. Well, close. There are similarities. Okayyy .... its a boat tour on a canal. Most of it actually under buildings and pleins. ...
... was to leave it in the public parking garage till the parking arrangements had been clarified. Returned several hours later to find that the small passenger side window had been smashed. TT was gone, as was, we shortly discovered, our camera (forgotten when we'd left the car). Not good.
However, it was obviously a smash and grab in the true sense of the word, as everything on the back seat was undisturbed. My blue handbag just behind the back seat with ipad inside, ...
... travelled to Asia before and have no idea what to expect. Stories are great and we should have great fun. Alice is looking forward to EVA Air's "Hello Kitty" planes. I'm also kinda tired. The last weeks were extremely exhausting for me, but I managed it all. Thanks to the help of my dear friends (@K and EL, Tom and all you I did not forget, but haven't got a nickname for this quick) and colleagues (not in the last place my loyal, social, dear secretary Jo, who ...
... So we spent a few hours marveling at price ranges and played with Apple computers. We managed to find a department store (close to Media Markt) and on the lower level, there is a small book shop! We spent another two hours just roaming around the book shop. They had a lot of English books, so Evan poured over them and began writing titles down to download on his Kindle later. On any other rainy Saturday at home, we normally spend a good three to four hours ...
... the largest and most luxurious castle in Holland, owned and occupied by the Van Zuylen family until fairly recently, but restored, furnished and maintained with Rothschild family money as a former Baron Van Zyl married well.
The Dom Tower in Utrecht was another highlight, we climbed 465 steps (112m) to the top of the highest church bell tower in the Netherlands, and could even see Amsterdam in the distance.