BEST WESTERN PLUS Wine Country Hotel & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Goede bedden, goed ontbijt, mooi zwembad en lekkere bedden
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Wat een top begin van de dag!! We hebben de wedstrijd op bed gekeken met een muffin en koffie ipv bier en chips, dat is wel even wat anders:-) Eerst dachten we na de eerste helft te gaan rijden, maar het was toch te spannend om het niet verder af te kijken. Miss Oranje Hamster is vanaf nu definitief onze mascotte voor de rest van de vakantie! Na de …
... had us wake up to celebrate the big 50 for Cathy! Rae and Michael had her awake with a 5 course gourmet breakfast that had her not thinking clearly....... She jumped in the lake in freezing conditions, and lasted about 1 second! A long walk by the lake had us ready for an Indian massage. A very different type of massage that sees you rubbed in oil and at the end put into a cocoon to have the oil soak into your body. Home for a celebratory glass of sparkling, we were ...
... 4 times less than Japan, and two times less than France or Germany.
But… there are over 800 kinds of beer made in Belgium and Belgians consume in average 150 liters of beer per person per year. Apparently the best are brewed by Trapist monks. Hmmm….
Flemish is spoken in the north of Belgium and French in the south. We’ll be spending most of our time in the north, so once again with ...
... gate, pay our admission and begin the trek to the bridge and waterfall. I know it is going to be a walk but I am prepared to do it, The path is pretty and, as everything else we have encounter in BC, winding. The path abruptly stops, and before me are wooden stairs and they go up and up and up. This is not at all what I expected. I hate stair. I don’t do stairs. I am doing stairs. There are rest stops along the way but I am still out of ...
... driving on these roads.” “Oh you would get used to it like anything else,” he tells me. “No I don’t think so,” I reply. “So what, you don’t have any Mary Poppins in you then?” Jim asks. I look at him confused. In my mind I see Mary Poppins holding onto her umbrella and gliding through the air. “Why would you say that?” is my question. Jim is quiet for a second or two. “I think ...