City Hotel Nieuw Minerva
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... I had made the most of being back in my home city properly for the first time in over 2 years. I guess knowing I was going to embark on a new journey come August helped.
It wasn't all smooth sailing, laughs and smiles… But on reflection, I don’t think I can recall a time where I was happy within myself and what I was doing in quite a time.
I got involved with a committee at Monash, a club for overseas and exchange students, which ...
... in Vegas. For Sidney, dancing at The Edge was a fantastic experience so that was definitely her highlight. Do loved the big waves, particularly in La Jolla, and loved just being together as a family. Annick, having been to America so often, didn't have one particular stand out but just enjoyed the whole trip.
So that was it…a fantastic experience. The question now is….how do we follow this up for our next holiday????
... so many shopping streets and people. This is one of the most "shopped" town in Europe and we could see why. Then at the old town we crossed over to the red light district. Its was just pass 6pm and and there were so many people. We checked out the "coffee shops" and the "Rossa show". By then it was already pass 9pm and we walked back stopping for dinner at a cafe. The room was nice overlooking the dock and view of the ...
... even crocodiles!8 330; After that, we saw some lions. There was this male lion who was on his'throne'. After a while, he jumped down and looked at us. Then, he suddenly turned around and tried to spray Aunty Niza with his pee. But fortunately, Uncle Rezal pulled her back just in time. After that we moved on and some some big cats. 55357; There were cheetahs and tigers and many more. Then, we went ...
... of the drawbridge - but no, it's the location; right beside the Tower. We drove through Lewisham, past Blackheath - where many of the bodies of the London Plague victims are buried, out through Kent, and on to Dover.
We drive past Dover Castle, where many of the Dunkirk evacuees were taken to recuperate and after the evacuation, and down to the port. There behind us are the famous White Cliffs.
We have to have ...