WestCord Hotel De Veluwe
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... I will always remember you Moirita, rest in peace in the company of your tia Maureen and your
tio Fred, who loved you too.
Krysia Dunin-Borkowski wrote:
Moira was such a wonderful, lively and caring friend. I knew Moira since we were 6 years old. We lived nearby and carpool to school, and many Friday afternoons played together. I remember going to her house and the playroom on the second floor, where there was a ...
... how every night he used to tell his eldest son a story about a white rabbit that lived in the garden of the holiday home they were staying in at the time. The Miffy character appears quite simplistic, but when you look closer the lines have a frayed appearance. Dick Bruna says "a good line has a good shiver. But that good shiver I find the most difficult thing of all." Another interesting fact is that he made Miffy a girl because he hated drawing trousers! I ...
... 8217;s basketball team. Riding a bike, late at night, after a few beers was so much easier! This party was a lot bigger and I felt like I was in one of those movies with college parties – people walking in and out, fridges filled with beers, loud music and lots of shena****ns! It was an epic night, which eventually ended at about 4am when we stumbled back to the house, minus a few of the roommates who got lost along the way!
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... paintings, and authentic decor that we are not allowed to touch. The tour is in Dutch with occasional translations in English, but the surroundings speak for themselves. You can almost taste the oily, fatty, juicy meats the guide talks about cooking over the large cast-iron spit near the fireplace. Living in this time would be very tough, but it is fascinating and keeps you imagining what life was really like, in each room.
... is the best place on earth for astronomical observations because its mid-Pacific site is near the equator and because it enjoys clear, pollution-free skies and pitch-black nights with no urban light to interfere. That's why Mauna Kea is home to the world's largest telescope -- but the stargazing from here is fantastic even with the naked eye.
At the Summit -- Up here, 11 nations, including Japan, France, and ...