- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... never mind)! Juggling, acrobatics, unicycles etc. kids enjoyed it immensely and Chloe even got up on stage and danced around like a butterfly with balloon wings on! The bike paths here are amazing, and so many people use them. They have them on both sides of the road so you only have one way traffic. Lots of E-bikes. Sunny and warm but not too hot for most of this visit.
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.
... to VeenPark, an open air museum based on the life and living conditions of some locals from the Drenthe area working and living in a Peat ... Plantation I guess you would call it. We cruise around on a small train with our hosts out to the peat fields, where the peat was cut, stacked and dried. We hear all about the living and work conditions from a guide although we miss most of it due to the fact it is in Dutch. We get the good bits translated for us by Oma. ...
The schools in Hoogeveen held their own version of "De Vierdaagse" ("The Four Days Event") - a four day walking tour held every year in Holland (in Nijmegen). We had planned to do the real thing, but could not register in time to participate.
The schools walk for 5 or 10kms each day. Regina's school ...
We arrived in Amsterdam Schiphol airport in the early hours of the day. found our luggage and got our rental car. We then drove to Hoogeveen which took a generous 2 hours. We went to my aunt and uncle who live in the city centre and enjoyed catching up with them. I had seen last seen them in 2008 and it was ...