Hotel 't Keizershof
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... very well compared to other customers, because they are anticipating your american-size tip (which I don't give because I am cheap and am in the know, thanks ricky steve)
-Crazy how easy it is to get by in europe if you only know english. For every walking tour I've been on so far, I always just show up and assume it's going to be in english, and it always is. Each time I've talked to a waiter, local guide, train station attendant, hostel ...
... European cruise ports and tells you step by step how to go it alone in each of them and also provides a cheat sheet giving his thoughts on whether its best to do a ship excursion as going alone would be pretty onerous.
So for this cruise so far I’ve only booked the Princess tour for St Petersburg (which meant we didn’t have to arrange a visa) and one for Gdansk as it appears we’re a fair way from the town there and ...
... and the tea was full of flavor. The waitresses were also very kind.
First stop on our walking tour through this charming mini city was the Church of Our Lady. The notable feature here is a Michelangelo, one of only a few that exist outside of Italy and apparently the only one that left the country during his lifetime. Not the grand spectacle one ...
... and flavored by dark beer) – yum, yum, yum.
After a filling and delicious lunch, we wanted to find the windmills along a canal at the edge of town. . .so off we went. We found them – and they were impressive – as were the dark clouds forming in the skies. Thunder was evident, but we were about three miles from our hotel. . .when the rains started. We had no choice (and ...
... br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">On the ferry over (stay away from the devilish onboard casino if you want to keep your sea-sickness down to a minimum) I asked one of the bar staff what Bruges was like. ‘Small and expensive’ came the reply...along with my strawberry woo woo (why not?).