Amrath Hotel Belvoir
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Room service
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Mona and I walked over to De Wedren to register, before taking a tour of all the ritual activities that happen before the walk. We signed the graffiti boards, got the T-shirt, and took photos in front of the statistics thermometer. 46,000 participants were given places and 42,600 registered to walk by the end of the day.
Then we walked into town. Someone had strung a whole load ...
... and Amy joined us in the family and close friends row at the front with Katherine, a colleague from Australia. After the deliberation and a decision to award Jez his PhD, there was a very rushed handover of his very large certificate. Drinks followed at MPI where Jez also got to greet old colleagues and friends including Eliza and Dominic. Next stop was an ...
... to step off each day, you can access first aid support and have the opportunity to mingle with like-minded military types from all over the world. There are large contingents from Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, UK and Canada and then there are the smaller groups who stay in the section called “Small Contingents”. That is where the Aussies stay when they march and you can find yourself in a room of ...
Normally you would curse when your alarm goes off at six o'clock in the morning, but today it meant we could start our trip to Swedish Lapland, 250km above the Arctic Circle!
Since we had packed the day before we were able to start our journey to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport around 7am and arrived at the airport around 8:30am.
... We had a nice lunch at a beach cafe. It was pretty darn cold that day and therefore we did not spend a lot of time on the beach! There was a lot of beach surfing going on and kite flying .....
After that we spent a nice time exploring Zierikzee, a very pretty and scenic town indeed. It did start to rain and that was ok because it was time ...