Het Wapen van Tilburg
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... second best.
Tomorrow I'll be on the plane back to that other home. Hopefully I'll arrive not too jet-lagged, since I'm already fully booked for three of the first four days. I really needed this holiday to catch my breath, but now I can't wait to jump back into the hectic life with all it's surprises. By the way, I already planned the next trip in Japan because there is still so much I haven't seen...
... reversing barges, approaching barges and every other kind of barge! As we approached the city Simon handed the wheel to Eileen so he had a chance to photograph some of the awesome buildings and bridges next to the river. John took the wheel for the approach to the city marina whilst water taxi and speedy catamaran buses and yet more giant barges, he found our way in to the City Marina and berthed near ...
... Then after tour the shop !!! Did I buy any thing OF course I did
Then back to boat dinner pork yummy veges and salads cherries ice cream
Menu 1st night pork 2nd night salmon said it was from Holland but couple from our tablefrom Norway said it was from their country very nice not as strong as ours 3rd night Hungarian Goulash so not starving
... your amazing friends. And thank you Clíona, for sharing this experience with me. Couldn't have dealt with it on my own. I hope you've all enjoyed reading our blog. I know me and Clíona had a lot of fun writing it and are very happy we kept it will help us remember everything we did! I'm a little bit off with the time difference, so a relaxing day today and tomorrow and then back to my "normal" life here on tuesday. Lots of love, ...
... Jonne's friends and watched a football match before crashing early.
The next day Paul and I had a down day as Anita and Jonne went to work. In the evening we went out into Tilburg for a three course dinner to celebrate our reunion. On Friday afternoon Jonne, Paul and I caught the train towards Sittard where Anita would meet us. Sittard is a city in the Dutch province of Limburg, which is the southernmost province of the Netherlands. It is here ...