Parkhotel Horst - Hampshire Classic
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We docked in the Netherlands this morning. And bright and early we board the two big luxury tour busses that has been following us from the start of the tour. We ride for about an hour and a half to the De Hoge Veluwe National Park, and we get to go to the Kroller Muller Museum, which is a museum in the middle of the woods. It has an array of Van Gogh paintings, and an sculpture garden with modern sculptures. Back in Nijmegen, we get ...
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... certification. If you do an education minor in an associated subject, then you can gain an educational license enabling you to teach the subject. Eindhoven and Deflt now have students who take this option. These students do a great job in schools and some even do better then the teachers currently in the system. This is generally because they have a degree in the context of what they are teaching leading them to have experience and a great knowledge base. This is good for ...
... After all of the flat land we found hills! Nijmegen was built on seven hills overlooking the Waal River near its merge with the Rhine. We set out on a walking tour with our guide Serge. Nijmegen is a 2,000-year-old city. It is the Netherlands' oldest city. It is located in the eastern part of the Netherlands near the German border. The old Architecture is beautiful. It contrasts with ...
... take away and this Turkish restaurant within 2 blocks). We had made reservations as we were concerned that there wouldn't be much open or that places would be crowded on a holiday. The name of the restaurant is EGE and the food is really good--they also have a delicatessen and small grocery on the opposite corner of the street. After we ordered they brought us a huge piece of pita bread(still warm from the oven) with olives, mint yogurt sauce, and small hot ...