Bilderberg Hotel De Bovenste Molen
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... Guys, we have to get on the bus”, I said as Jordan and Kaylin were in awe at the site. We hopped on the Am Rottchen 707 bus towards Uni Ost/Botanischer Garten, which was about 17 stops away from the Hotel NH Dusseldorf Central City Center that we would be checking in to. The bus ride was $1.77 (USD) per person. After about 45 minutes of travel time, we finally arrived at the hotel and checked in. We bought a room for one night so that we had a place to store our ...
... towel' (you can see it on one of the pictures below - kind of a turquoise ball). This towel dries really quickly and can be folded together to the size of a fist. Given it's dimensions of 120cm x 65cm that is quite impressive. However, at €22 the towel wasn't one of my bargains :)
Another great idea I got from an experienced traveller was to get a snap hook with which you can attach your small ...
Today we leave Ton & Ria to travel to Deurne to see Riny & Anita. Into the rental car and off we go, no problems getting out of Papendrecht and onto the motorway except we are heading in the wrong direction!! Bugger. A dodgy navigator I put it down to. Oh well let's follow the Tom Tom now it might be easier. Otherwise a easy drive down south. Arrived around 1.30pm and then had time for a catch up before dinner. Also had ...
... one disadvantage about all these separate events is that I have to tell the same story over and over again. Not that strange of course, since everyone has similar ideas about Japan and is therefore interested in the same things. After three weeks of farewell parties, I can make a top 5 of questions I am asked the most. And while I'm at it, why not answering them (once more) at the same time?
5) What will ...
Germany part one - Dusseldorf,Koln and Essen Making my way from Holland to Germany via the train was simpler than flying to Melbourne from Sydney. I am a first time European traveller and am still in shock there is no boarder control. No passport check or anything just come right on through...and so it was that suddenly I was in Dusseldorf. I am very lucky to have some amazing friends with good connections and was able to crash with Claire's sister, Susan. Susan made ...