Suitehotel Pincoffs (Hotel aan de Maas)
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... amusement. In the process the two dinner boats decide to get in on the action also. They start blowing their horns to provoke our captain to blow ours. Well, he's not missing any opportunity to hit that button when he has the chance. In 30 miles he had blown that horn two to three dozen times. It was hysterical. There were cars flashing their lights just to get him to blow the horn, and every building we passed camera's were flashing on every floor. What a way to leave ...
... were making a film. I had a word with one of the security guys blocking off the path to find out some more. So if you happen to see the feature film version of the Dutch TV show Toen Was Geluk Heel Gewoon when it's released late 2013 or early 2014, look out for that scene.
The Hague was even better. At the end of the street, just three minutes walk away, was the beach. For whatever reason I always gravitate towards water. The last time I was near the coast was in Trieste in ...
Back in Holland.
Went for a drive to Rotterdam. Drove through the City Centre.
Passed one of the three bridges that go over the river "Maas", which
divides Rotterdam in two.
Went to a model car shop to make a purchase. The owner said he
wanted to visit South Africa sometime.
We all went for a three course dinner in a very nice restuarant. Toggs
and Marisa thanked Louis and Franka for organising a great ...
... equipped with plush heated seating and screened out back windows. I felt just a little underdressed in my cowboy shirt and levis. Its now early morning traffic time as we crept through the city. YEs, it was raining and my stomach was churning. Then like magic we mounted the "ring" that circles Amsterdam, and were soon speeding along at 120 KPH - you do the math. This was a magic carpet ride - the car was tricked out with the latest ...
... and said it was all going well. Yay! Apparently it's only a wrist fracture and it's anatomical. That's good, for us non-medical people who don't/didn't know what that meant. Yay! Good news. Heading on from Amsterdam, we took the train up to Groningen, which is near Winschoten, where my Oma grew up. Groningen is a gorgeous little university town, and we enjoyed having a drink and some food and some good old fashioned people-watching. The next morning, we got on the train ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility