Hotel SnowWorld Landgraaf
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... I tried some salmon and Franz-Joseph had some beef. I have to say that the dessert range was not as spectacular as I was led to believe a German restaurant would have- but they had jelly, custard and fruit so it was all good. I expect that we will find a true German bakeri sometime in Berlin or Munchen.
It was pretty fun chatting to this family. So many of Germany's issues are similar to those in Australia. There are problems with youth ...
At last we got the chance to spend more than a couple of days in Maastricht! My cousin Annelies and her husband Jules live there and it's a wonderful city full of history and culture. We really enjoyed the hospitality of our hosts and Jen and Matt were able to visit for my birthday. Sharan and Peter Burrow were only an hour away in Brussels so we got to spend a weekend with them as well as cousins Kees and Ans who live in the rural town of Berlicum and Sanne and Dan in Zierikzee ...
... Here's a lovely baroque church we visited , contrasted with the modern church in which Linda is a pastor.
Saying goodbye was hard, but we consoled ourselves with the prospect of the exciting adventure that lay before us: crossing the Channel to England!
... Netherlands fashion, it started to rain. It was interesting walking around the town, but once again most shops were closed, today being Sunday. At least it is saving us money, no shops open, also no time to shop. Maastricht looks to be quite a wealthy town judging by the prices of things in the shops.
The highlight of today was the lunch at Neercanne Castle it is right on the Belgian/Dutch border. It has a Michelin Star restaurant & the castle is 17th century & the ...
We left Bergues around 10am on a beautiful morning heading towards Brussels. As it was the May Day BH the roads were very quiet and all the shops shut.
We went via Poperinge and Ypres and the lovely green fields, brightened by the acid yellow of rape belied the horror that had ...