- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We had a day of keeping one step ahead of the rain and travelling on roads that were a sheet of water with poor visibility for most of the time. We did however leave and arrive without getting wet. (its 180 miles but we didn't leave until about 12 so it was about 5 before we got there) Reception was closed and we were simply told to pitch anywhere and tell them tomorrow where we were. We actually ...
... the outside but beautifully renovated on the inside. You can book rooms there with view on the Tower Bridge and also the hotel bar has an astonishing view on the same bridge. At the back of the hotel you can find St. Katherine's Dock, a small, cosy harbor with plenty of pubs, restaurants and bars. I will be working for the Housekeeping department which will be a challenging job ...
... most wooden pieces in each slot by sliding them up the board to get points and the person with the highest points wins. Driving has been interesting on the wrong side of the road, although I haven't driven yet, my turn is on Tuesday! I am actually looking forward to it. I love driving and to drive on the other side of the road will be fun I think. Anyway a great day was had any all. A day of shopping tomorrow and then off to Amsterdam Tuesday. ET Blogs home... ...
... bridge from the war and I was heading to the wrong side of the river again. Doing a U turn on the other side nearly taking out a car I saw the bridge in detail on the return trip.
Still determined not to be outwitted by the ridiculous roads of Arnhem (if they'd got the Germans to follow a sat nav to find this curry house the war would have been over pretty bloody quickly). So I thought I would follow the instructions to the ...
... the lakes, the wildlife… I always considered this one of the most special places on earth. Unfortunately I’m not the only one who thinks about it that way and therefore traveling to Patagonia is insanely expensive. I remember looking at trips to Patagonia that cost €3000, flights not included! When Facundo told me it was much cheaper to go there on your own, I got very excited and changed my plans – again, but for the ...