Best Western Hotel Eyde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... agricultural use. A large part of the area has been proclaimed as a Nature Reserve and is a paradise for water birds. We took a long ride through the area which had its moments like where the road ended up on the water's edge with only a self-help rope ferry to get us across.
The country side in spring is filled with flowers. The red, pink and white of Dog Roses, the purple of Lupins and the white of Box. The fields are green with wheat, barley and rye grass and many of the ...
... were cracked open, with a Moby soundtrack. The logo on cans is actually embossed here.... Trés swish! Mr Hammett, please have words... The Harrogate fridge deserves an embossed can! Jon is threatening to save one but we all know it will not stay sealed for long! A bit of back and forth over washing and drying machines (Prego loved her warm beds straight from the drier!) and then a Prison Break before bed for an early night after ...
... far. Tivoli was gorgeous. In the book, Annemarie comforts her sister that the bombs they hear are really fireworks at Tivoli. It's the second oldest theme park in the world. The Jewish Museum had several armed police men outside. This was strange to see, but they are there due to the recent anti-semitism in Europe. Denmark was the only country in Europe that helped to hide and smuggle out the Jewish people to Sweden, during the war (the irony of this is the Danes ...
Limtech, Delcom and Video Girl woke to a very misty, windy and drizzly morning with a choppy sea.
They were looking forward to visiting Skagen, a little fishing village where the North and the Baltic seas meet and were all looking forward to putting their toes in the water.
About 10am the captain announced over the P.A. that due to the very choppy and windy conditions they were not going to able to dock in ...
The new town was called Lundunwic. The word "Wic" denotes a trading town in old German. Aldwych or "Old Town" is located on The Strand close to Covent Garden and Fleet Street. There is a wonderful german eatery there now called "The Delaunay", quite posh, really for tea. The Delaunay Counter next door is awesome for tired London tourists!
Lundunwic once again became a world ...