Hotel & Restaurant Het Tramstation
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... castle in the Netherlands seems to refer to a "large" house not the castles we think of (the English/Scottish type). We found the road and drove down a narrow road populated with cyclists and finally found a parking space on the shoulder--then walked back to the castle--only to find that it is only open on Monument Day as it is still a private residence. While walking we passed a stork nest (they make these tall stands for the storks to use--they used to use peoples ...
Was woken up by the church bells. They're quite beautiful, and this is the first time I've really heard them besides a couple hourly tolls yesterday. I'm sure later on, when I really want to stay asleep, they will become annoying. I can hear the birds as well, even through the windows. And we left all our shades open, so the delicate, lightly shimmering shadows of the moat are reflected on the walls.
It's 10:11AM now, and Alex and I just got ...
Many times there's a trade off that people have to face: in this case whether it would be better to have the castles, beautiful treasures and remains of the old times, to private users or to have it open to the public.
Without a doubt having it under the privately owned flag would keep them better maintained, lasting longer, but it is a shame that they weren't there for the enjoyment of more people.
It is Tuesday 19 April, I am writing this in my outdoor office (see picture) and I have learnt something about writing a blog...if you don't write every day the details are lost...yes, yes I hear my writing friends laughing at me.
Our main reason for being in The Netherlands is to visit some of my family. I have a big family, we will try to see as many cousins as possible, but our time is short, so it will be flying visits everywhere we go with ...
... time, even crash at her room for the first night…lots of catching up to do! Then the social circus starts…lots of chai pio (tea drinking) with lots of people! It’s nice to notice that the people are as happy to see me again as I am to see them! Even the fruit juice wallah (guy) gives me a free glass of juice!
There is just something very special about this village; Lots of tourists, Indian pilgrims, many cheap cloth shops, Gypsy musicians, tailors ...