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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... flash cafe the chocolate in the hot chocolates was real chocolate and it was devine but a little rich for the start. After that we went to a lovely old church it so massive that it had a pipe organ which covered three quarters of the wall. The church was built in 1269 which is approximately 9000 years ago. Inside the church there as lots of different paintings which have been painted many many years ago some of them relate to the church ...
... Tequila Sunrise and Mom blew off the usual White Russian and had Amaretto on the rocks. We sat with a radiologist from Colorado and Mom talked about Nickole with him. All in all it was a nice evening and since we were packed up already, we stayed until 11pm and that was it.
Tomorrow we made arrangements with the desk to have a cab ready for us at 11am to take us to our hotel, just a few blocks away but impossible to navigate to by ourselves with our ...
... we were finally near the site. In the end we paid for a quick one-minute ferry across the canal adjacent to the parking area. These canals make construction traffic so much worse! If it wasn't for the commuter ferry service, there would be no way to quickly navigate across the city!
Once parked we took a stroll down the canal where all the old windmills once worked to maintain the water level in the area. They had been built in the 18th century to help ...
... we all went to bed. We were entertained with Stefan playing the piano he was excellent ,He is joining the Marechausee (like federal police in Australia), in Feburary.He will be stationed in Appeldorn He is really looking forward to starting a career in Marechausee. Patrick is at University He is mastering in English ,wants to teach English ,he has two years to go.Jessica is in the Navy ,where she spent time away on a ship ...
... old Holland. A man invited us into his back yard to get an even better view of the windmill. Such nice people in this country. Jan and I both enjoyed walking around the little towns.
Stanley and Corrie's older daughter and her boyfriend are both in medical school, and they took the train here to spend the day with us. We enjoyed them so much. The girls made lunch for us, tosties, which are grilled sandwiches. Yam yam! After lunch, we all went ...