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... s place of whom we were invited to spend a few days with them.Ewoud spent some time with us in 2000 and 2003 and since then he met lovely Hanneke and now have 2 beautiful children and Nienke and Floortje, who are the Apples of their parents eye.They are just beautiful , Yesterday we spent the day in Maastricht we visited the Vrijthof Plain where Sonja ,Gerry, Rien ,and I sat in the pouring rain to watch Andre Riue 3 yrs ago it looked so different without the settings ...
We walked up the stairs to the main level of the row house and sat to have our visit. We had a very nice slice of cherry pie and some mint tea as we talked. Bernard has had a lot of health issues over the last few years, but it doing well now. We caught up on church news and family news and plans for the future. We discussed the Belgian economy, and world events and future church activities as well. It was very nice ...
Left home heading for the 10.50 Eurotunnel, arrived slightly late. As normal I used the Flexiplus lane at the tunnel, it's for people who pay a lot more for the flexibility of arriving anytime you like and getting on the first tain available. I use it because there isn't normally a queue, you punch your details into the machine and get your ticket. If you are on a bike you can then sneak through the barriers and join ...
... of expensive little restaurants and boutiques in athe small streets. Found a couple of Restaurants to try perhaps on Tuesday with Inez and Klaas. One called Le Courage which is a 1 Michelin star but now has a 10 the anniversary celebration of 1/2 price dinners early in the week. We had lunch at a river side restaurant called Cafe Zuid....on the old Ceremic grounds. It was nice to sit in the sun ...
... and was looking at applying to the same Postgraduate I am interested in at the
University of Sydney, we made plans to catch up on the weekend. I continued
walking the city passing the Helpoort, the oldest surviving town gate in the
Netherlands, and along the river until I made my way back to the station.
Maastricht is small and quiet but a very pretty city, different to others in
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