River B&B Anthonia
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... also. At the pancake house we sat outside. Pieter had a cheese and bacon pancake and Raewyn had bite-size pancakes called poffertjes. Instead of sparrows looking for scraps we had ducks hanging around, including a duckling. In one big farmhouse we got to the kitchen and a volunteer was cooking, baking and making tea. He invited us to sit and have a chat. It was really lovely. Generally we loved this museum. It was so nice for Raewyn to get a feel of what Netherlands ...
... close to Wunderland Kalkar (a theme park built inside a buildings of a nuclear power station that was never opened )
it was started in 1972 it was to be Germany's 1st plutonium-fuelled fast breeder reactor completed in 1985 at a cost of $4billion .following the Chernobyl disaster in 1986 it never went in to production and the project was cancelled in 1991 the theme park attracts 600.000 visitors annually)
So we decided to ...
... there wouldn't have been anything I could have cooked anyway. Granted it was late on Saturday, but there just wasn't the variety of foods which was in the Belgian or Holland supermarkets. It was as if all the supermarkets were just really bad versions of Netto. So I got what could and I also looked around to see what I could have for dinner. In the end I had to get a pizza from the local pizza place. It ...
... being washed, heated, shredded, pressed and then eventually dried into paper. This paper was then used by the nearby printing press, where we got to print our own postcards using one of the old machines. Having printed our cards, we walked into the “village” to wander through the buildings there. We were finally tempted to stop and sit down at a café for the traditional Dutch snack of poffertijes. These are little, ...
... 1 lot of “essential” washing because the weather forecast is for rain (the last marina’s we have been in where it has been sunny, the amperage of the electric has not been enough to use the washing machine or kettle), Isi rigged up a small washing line inside, checked emails and published yesterday’s blog, we set off. We said goodbye to our Swiss neighbours who came out to wave us on our way.
We set off and had another ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking