- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Jos and Fenny take me to nearby Assen to see the Drents Museum (gallery). The building is old, not surprising, and has been lifted to allow windows to be placed at the bottom. Surprising and amazing. Inside we wander through several exhibits including one of sculpture by german artist Laura Eckert, I found her use of wood and marble fascinating. The Glasgow ...
... was such a pleasure to bike along quiet paths and beautiful countryside.
Evelina and Chas live in a house called Klein Suisdijk. It really does look like a small version of the royal palace, Suisdijk. Evelina had tea and cake ready for us in the garden. The house had formerly been for the manager of the nearby prison. It has extensive grounds with open grass areas, big trees, 2 ponds and a dilapidated tennis court. De Mare are renting the ...
... we are very happy. We also found a huge camping store- the Dutch seem to love camping - and got a fantastic awning for our caravan so we now have a bit of shelter outside, and don't have to be cooped up inside so much! One night there was a circus on in the big field adjacent to the campsite, so the kids got to go to their first circus ( quite a small outfit, all in ...
A nice afternoon and evening with cousin Saskia, Mark Tante Nelly and Oom Henk.
The weather was perfect for a tree top walk and Heather Walk at Het Boomkroonpad.
Then dinner at Chinese Restaurant Wo Hing in Assen.
... side when Aimee and Oma need a chauffeur to get them to the local markets. He doesn't crash so that's good. Aimee picks herself up a few bits and pieces and learns stroopwaffles are in fact Dutch!! while Sean heads to the library to try organise the next segment of our trip. We finish the night with another bike ride after dinner and decide on the way that we are going to buy city bikes for back home because they are so much fun. But then we remember you have to ...