Fletcher Hotel Gilde
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... almost 5 languages... At any rate, it turns out the Dutch are known for certain culinary traditions. Perhaps one of the best known is the lunch/dinner savory pancake. I ordered one of these pancakes from a list of about 20 different kinds at 'Het Zwaantje' with a big glass of Belgian beer.
The menu was in Dutch so our meal had to be delayed while Erika's request for an English menu was searched for, discovered, and then grudgingly brought to the table. I ...
... do so. This is a far cry from the old times where one just sort of knew it was time to tie the knot. Both parties sort of knew, one was brave enough to sprout the topic and the other nodded in agreement. The happy couple paid their own wedding, they both went to choose rings to their liking and picked a date in the near future. Not too romantic, true, but also not too embarrassing in case you are not sure, or don’t like his taste in rings (this is the girl's perspective). ...
... I appologised to her and said I had to go walk the Nijmegen Vierdaagse.
An hour later, I was surrounded by multi-national walkers, pushing their way towards the starting line. by 6.45am I was through, following the others along the route, which had seen a continuous stream of people for four hours already, and which would continue to see them for a further three.
I had been worried about my knee, ...
... football. Here, the
newspapers, TV, radio, the ads, everything breathes football. Roads are
practically empty during a match when the national team plays. In our house, ‘’Radio
... it if we could be quiet. Tom responded to this kid that he had just asked her to lower her levels to which he responded "I hope she will listen". We were all fuming, but decided that any further comments or challenges at this point would be inappropriate. All we did was cough and sneeze and blow the germs in the directions of the seat across the aisle. I hope that his eyes are watering and his chest is full when he wakes up.
We got back to ...