WestCord Hotel De Veluwe
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... Amsterdam, so my children could swim in their pool, and took us out in their boat. There were also very special occasions we shared like Michelle's baptism. Moira always made an effort to get together, and it was always as if time had not gone by. She was a friend for life. I will miss her, and never forget her and I am sure we will meet again.
Love you Moira!
Louise Belley wrote:
Moira read a newspaper article ...
... a long time here (needed some wee kids to do that!) but found it you be a really happy place to visit with its bright colours and a focus on children.
I walked a different route back to the centre of Utrecht - getting more confident all the time!
Ian had recommended I go to Museum Speelklok (€11), advertised as the most cheerful museum in the Netherlands. It really is impressive and has something for everyone. There were many times a smile ...
The last day is always the hardest. No set itinerary. Got up and walked to the Utrecht Station to put money on our cards for the train tomorrow. Then had lunch at Pannenkoekenrestaurant De Oude Muntkelder...over 80 kinds of pancakes! That's my kind of place! This historical cellar, which is now used to make the best pancakes in the world, was until 1910 originally used for the minting of Dutch coins. Spent the afternoon walking around in search of a Utrecht t-shirt. ...
... that would trigger my old lady gallbladder. I finally had to put myself down for a nap because my stomach was in full cramp mode. When I woke up an hour and half later, I was greeted by an apology from Kit. He poisoned me by putting fish sauce in my soup! It was very tasty, but he knows I am unable to eat it so I asked why he was trying to kill me? He gave me many reasons, so from now on I will be making my own meals :)
... old Molii fishpond (one of the last remaining ancient Hawaiian fishponds in the State). This 125-acre rock-walled enclosure was hand-built by ancient Hawaiians to maintain a ready supply of live ocean fish. As part of the privately-owned 4,000 acre Kualoa Ranch, you'll have the rare opportunity to experience an ancient Hawaiian treasure that most visitors to Oahu never get to see.
As the kayak glides along the tranquil coast line ...