Hotel Am Moosfeld
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... of princely rule... Not really sure what that means, but it is awesome to look at! 3rd is the Ornate Bedroom. This room was actually never slept in and just set up as a symbol. God only knows why as it is gorgeous!! The King had his own apartments elsewhere. Room 4 is the Green Gallery and gets its name as the walls are covered in green silk... Yep that's silk!! It is full of ornate mirrors and paintings and gathering were held here. Room 5 and the ...
I think this is going to be my shortest blog yet. The benefits of alcohol and jetlag! Our first night in our tent was..well..snug. Ro barely fit in the tent and with two blow up mattresses there wasn't much room left for two large backpacks. With the nights being cold and some rain predicted, it wasn't a smart move to leave them outside the tent..not to mention the backpacks being susceptible to drunken people and possible theft. However, it was hard to fit them in and not touch ...
Farewell to the Netherlands for now. Heading south, we pass by Amsterdam and Rotterdam and look towards Antwerp in Belgium as our next destination. When we left Julianadorp in North Holland, the temperature gauge was showing just 15 degrees, but as we approached Antwerp, we could feel it getting warmer, and by the time we were at the camp it had moved up a few notches to 24 degrees. So on with the summer gear again.
Where we camped was not far to walk to ...
... That is almost 700 aud! Wowza! It is for 10 people and does include beer and food, still. And the reservations are only for a total of 3 hours, and then the next group comes in.
We then went for a wander to the next tent which I think was called the spaten tent. There we found a table which was free until 3 pm so we sat there, drank beer and ate food for the next three hours.
Inside the tent, or beer hall, are hundreds of tables with ...
... br> In the afternoon we visited the English Gardens that were filled with people sunbathing, swimming in the stream, and musicians playing around the park. We had a wonderful stroll here, the boys paddled us around the pond and then we had a yummy and extremely cheap dinner at a little Italian restaurant before heading back to the train station to pick up our luggage from storage and get tucked into our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking