Auberge Du Bonheur
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... be able to say and do whatever we want (by still following the rules ofcourse) and be our selfs, be special. By the impression we got, the Chinese don't live like that, they do what their families want them to do and that's that, still have to get married at a young age. They say they have a lot of respect for other people, but they don't say please and thank you to their parents or say sorry when they insult you ...
... t have much to say about my emotional experience. Upon landing back in the Netherlands I felt angry, disappointed, upset and very much small and insignificant. Why was I dealt such a lucky hand? Why do I get the opportunities I get, when people there work just as hard as me, if not harder. Why so much corruption?
India, with a government too damn proud and stuck up with appearances. They bulldozed down slums in Delhi during the "beautifying Delhi" times, they destroyed ...
... is gorgeous- lush green grass and harvests of myriad produce. The day was sunny so we had the top down and stopped for a coffee break at a cute cafe. We then made our way over to Maastricht where we walked around the city centre, saw where Jonne and Anita used to live and tried some Dutch sweets named oliebol which are traditionally only sold in the winter months. After a busy day we headed home where Tiny was waiting for us with a traditional Dutch ...
... in working order and are serviced regularly. It is the largest network of windmills in NL and has got a UNESCO world heritage status in 1997. There are around 19 windmills in the area and are completely free to visit. The Mills are operational depending on the weather. We got here by car. Driving from Antwerp, Belgium. It's well marked right from the motorway exit through the village. You can ...
... this gorgeous area with a ****** digital!
On this short stop to this lovely community we decided to bike through the canals and have a family picnic by a farm. For a moment I thought I was in Iowa. It was a peaceful break on this travel day.
I definitely do want to come back during the winter and watch the Dutch ice skate on the canals. Of course this time I will have a better camera. What a scene it must be! doei-tot zo! See you in Ypres Belgium next:) ...