Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Carlton
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... after a month back in New Zealand on a controlled diet and exercise routine I'll get rid of the extra flab. But the vain part of me is ****** that I'm going to be sucking in my stomach at Awakenings this weekend. It's not like I'm obese. It's just that being a skinny guy, when you put on a bit of weight it shows disproportionately more. Skinny fat is a thing, people.
Anyway, I ended up buying the smaller size as an incentive to get back in shape when I ...
... royal family, so it was also interesting to see the architecture. I really liked that approach, as it wouldn't have been all that interesting to see the palace on its own (I've now been in a lot of 19th century style palace interiors, and I never thought they were that interesting to start with), but as a setting for a museum about something else it was nice.
After this, we headed to the train station and on to Delft.
... s making the various Pitza's and Pastas we had drinks and the food was great as usual Rien and I really enjoyed their company and we talked about Australia and old times.alas all good things come to an end and at the end of the day we are sure we were all tired. so so so Many many thanks to Germaine and Monique for a wonderful day and we will keep in touch. well to all my blog followers it's time to say Cheerios Untill next time,stay happy and healthy Love Linda ...
... your destination. Well, that's the theory any way, LOL! So today was a day of firsts. First sight of windmills, tulips, a raised canal bridge, bike ferry and beautiful Dutch architecture. It was very exciting and Rob and Emma were sick of me taking photos. We made our way out towards the coast, passing through the Zuid-Kennemerland National Park which consists of sand dunes, forest and country ...
... the main political buildings located within the Binnenhof
(Inner Court) in the heart of the city. The city is also known as the
International City of Peace and Justice as the worlds first peace conference
was held here in 1899, leading to the funding and building of the Peace Palace in
1913, the home of the International Court of Justice (World Court) of the
United Nations. I took the very interesting free audio tour within the Visitor