Fletcher Duinhotel Burgh Haamstede
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and Europe. Trade caravans, diplomatic missions, merchants representatives of religious circles, dervishes, warriors – millions people have passed on this road through time with nothing frightening these brave travelers, neither the difficult roads, nor the waterless deserts. Those were extraordinary hardy and strong-willed people. Among them was Marco Polo, a Venetian merchant ...
Long, straight, flat roads make for easy riding, right? Wrong! Looking out of the window, watching the clouds whizz by, I think to myself today is going to be really good or really bad. Still not having a clue which way I am facing means I won't find out til we start riding. But never the less, riding is easy and comforting, a form of meditation in its own way... Distance: 83km Cumulative distance: 1029 Best Convenience: awesome shoelaces Riding ...
... a long
time to come.The job comes with perks like a furnished apartment, good salary, weekends
off and 24 lessons a week. Which sounded quite daunting until I discovered that
lesson times range from 15 to 30 minutes.
My personal goal is to learn Chinese. I usually pick up words and expressions
rather quickly, but that doesn’t seem to be the case with this language. So ...
I cleared immigration and came out to the train station. It was an unmanned station with Kiosks to print tickets. The next train to Amsterdam was at 6.30 or so. I tried my using my card but the machine refused to accept it. I tried all the cards I had with the same result. I had cash but there was no slot for notes to be inserted - the machine only accepted coins. I tried my luck with an old guy who just printed his ticket using his card. I offered to pay him cash to swipe his ...
Hi all, we visited the storm barriers in Zeeland. a amazing construction, which was build by the Dutch after the dykes broke in 1953 and 1800 people lost their lives in the floods.We watched a documentary film about the construction of the barriers, here was a case of Man against the Sea,Man Won! We all went on a cruise on the Oosterschelde on the Ferry which used to ferry people across the water before the barriers were build.Zeeland is ...