Preston Palace Almelo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... ways to get out of the washing up! When I went back to get the washing some Dutch ladies had finished it and dried it for us which was very nice, maybe this fainting thing was a good tactic after all. Decided to move on after 2 nights as the site was a bit noisy, especially the miserable Scottish folk next to us, they should have their T5 taken away ...
... light and fluffy. (That is not to say anything about how we acquired the olliebollen which was sitting innocently half-eaten on a table waiting for us; don't worry, it was still warm and fresh!) We also bought chunk of aged cheese, which was absolutely amazing. We have delighted in it many times since then. Near the end of the afternoon we decided it was time for some ice cream! Eating organic all the time can be just a little much, so we bought a liter of ice cream at a ...
... Rachel and I took off work and went into Zwolle, a town about an hour and a half drive from here, for an appointment with the IND for our visas. We had a great trip. Took our bikes to the train station in Winterswijk, and took the train into Zwolle. From there we met one of Rachel's friends for coffee and had our appointment. The appointment went very well, and we got six months on a visa in our passports, from there we are waiting for a residence card. ...
It was the Navigator's turn to get the tea in the morning, but despite the alarm being on her side and going off twice at 0700hrs, she chose to ignore it. After some encouragement, she did get up. After the usual 2 hour get ready go...we entered the German Autobahn system and whilst we happily tootled along at 90KPH, the ever fast German drivers were going past ...
... and would kidnap girls to do their bidding ... housework and the like. We wandered through what once was the village checking out more peat houses, farm houses and trade houses before stopping for a coffee to rest our weary feet after trudging through this giants land before finishing up in the 'poor house' where all the poor people would be looked after back in the day but today we bought traditional Dutch cinnamon lollies and carried on our way. Whilst out on ...