Van Der Valk Hotel Assen
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVan Der Valk Hotel Assen
The double room we had was huge, clean and had everything we needed. The breakfast in the morning was amazing, so much to choose from and very worth getting up for!
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... exhibition of Scottish Impressionism 1880-1900 was also beautiful. My favourite was the girl with the geese. Off to the local square where the weather has encouraged lots of people to enjoy their coffee outside and who do we find here too? Gerard who is headed to Vries to share the evening meal with us. The evening is spent talking about all kinds of ...
... us in Glen Waverley, which we all enjoyed. Jasper is in Zurich at the moment, so I will not see him, but I'm glad to here that he is doing well. Jan-Willem and his partner Chris will come tomorrow along with Jos' brother Gerard. Another reunion. A relaxing evening catching up with news of the last two and half years again. I am aware that I sitting with another Jos from the family, and back at home my own brother Jos is seriously ill in ...
... the day was to Giethoorn a small village in the Provence of Overijssel with a population of just over 2,000, it is only accessible by water and is a quaint little village to wander through. Last part to the road trip was driving past the seven hills that holland has, the rest of the land is ridiculously ...
... longest day so far at 57 miles.
Nothing much happened until just before lunch when Oskar took a small tumble scrapeing his knee again. Luckily he unclipped and fell mostly onto grass otherwise it could've been much worse.
We had lunch in Pieterburen next to an old windmill. Having stuffed ourselves we powered on only stopping briefly to get food and a couple spare chain links for my bike. ...
... field and explored a bit of the garden. Tygo was keen to help harvest potatoes with the clients. Tim arrived round lunchtime. It was nice to catch as we felt quite familiar with him after his stay with us in Wellington a couple of years ago.
The sky cleared again so after lunch we planned a walk in the Norgeberg bos. On the way Rianne stopped to buy Tygo gumboots. He proudly arrived with a new play wheelbarrow as well. The path through the ...