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... were treehouses which were designed and built by a
Japanese artist. These treehouses are
an invitation to dream. They recall
places of retreat, if only in the imagination, and make one long for a private
peaceful place all to oneself. It was a
very calming surrounding.
At this point we made a side trip to the train station to
purchase tickets for our trip to Amsterdam tomorrow morning. We find it a
little more relaxing to plan ahead ...
... a good 15min walk from the historic centre of town, our accommodation more than made up for it. A beautiful large bedroom with our own bathroom and more tea bags that I could imagine welcomed us. We dumped our bags and headed out straight away. The minute we started walking towards the old city centre we new this was a special place. The medieval architecture is all still intact and there are no signs of modern day buildings spoiling the scenery. ...
... drizzling then so we didn’t go too far and chose a little restaurant where we had an OK ish meal. On the way back to the hotel we stopped at a little window where I spotted some lovely hand made silver jewellery. Looks like a visit there the next day was on the cards!
We had a free drink in the hotel bar and enjoyed our night in a big bed with crisp sheets, a private toilet and best of all……..a ...
... down by local beer(Geoff) did the job! After lunch we strolled around, window shopping , stopping only to buy Geoff some swimming trunks. This proved to be a bad decision as on exiting the shop the heavens opened and we were soon more than a trifle soggy. We opted for an early return and to make our way back to the station via a couple of interesting churches. The churches were our undoing. Soon we were totally lost and with the rain dripping off our noses ...
... all the time . . . and when he needed to use the toilet, the whole security machine swung into operation! We benefitted from our presence in the carriage by being served a very tasty dinner, complete with wine, cheese and coffee. Wow. When we arrived at Paris Nord there were journalists everywhere - they didn't seem to want to interview either Veronica or me, however. Outside, the place was alive with ...