Parkhotel Horst - Hampshire Classic
Travel Blogs from Horst
... blading! We walked to the end of one trail but it was beginning to look very cloudy and stormy so we headed back--we got to the Boshuis Venkraai (translates to Woodman's house) when it began to rain--so we decided to have lunch here and wait out the rain. It stormed pretty heavily and the lights went out twice. Becky and Mike had a chicken pot pie, salad, and water. Peter and I had salmon with dill sauce on dark brown bread, salad, and water. When the storms let ...
... enough time to try another site we decided to head back to the B & B.
About 5 p.m., Fren (Monique's husband--Monique is the Reynierse cousin) came to get us to take us to the family picnic. It was being held at Ronald and Sonia's house in another area of Eindhoven. Ronald is Monique's brother. They had tables under umbrellas set up in the common area behind their house. We had an abundance of food: pork saté, shrimp saté, and fake ...
... with them for awhile and then they helped Becky figure out how to fold her poncho into its pocket.
Back to the hotel to get the luggage and also to get the car from the carpark. Time to head off for Eindhoven. The roadways were easy driving although since it was about 3:00 p.m. the traffic was beginning to get somewhat crazy. But with no problems we entered Eindhoven about 4:00 p.m. The B & B called The Place to Be is on a lovely street ...
... he hastily came back to the boat and did the modifications needed to bridge the gap and then inserted them and put lots of sealant on. As usual, it was not as easy as it sounds. He then went to the office and booked a crane for 9.30 tomorrow morning to be lifted back in the water – YIPEE!!!
We then went shopping to do a big shop as we have family coming out Sunday/Monday and all shops are closed on Tuesday because of the Queen retiring; we also used the free ...
... goes through, to get funding and to keep privileges like a bar on campus, made me appreciate the work these people do even more. Dulcia said that while we're on travel break, scaffolding will go up, and the Dragon Tower will be repaired - they got full funding from the Dutch government! Kind of funny though - I can't escape the scaffolding of Emerson College.
Back in the room, Kim and I had brie and strawberries and stroopwafel while Sam booked her ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking