Fletcher Landgoedhotel Renesse
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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... of the area and the earlier floods that necessitated the works. There was also a great dolphin / whale info display in a building... in the shape of a whale! The kids played in the fun outdoor water playground and went on the rafts ...
... to resize it to email etc to see if John could download it any faster on his iPad, without success. After all that frustration and trying to download photos on to one day's blog due to the WiFi being so slow, Isi can’t wait to have some decent WiFi that works as she had lots of blogs and photos ready to publish, and is finding it extremely frustrating. The harbour master came back to collect his dues and we were ...
... and I have decided to open one in the UK/Oz.
We stayed in Hausach that night, still in the Black Forest, and the next day took a train up a valley about 40km to ride back down again on our bikes. The German trains are stereotypically good, arriving dead on time with plenty of space for bikes. That said, unfortunately, the train we were getting on only had two carriages and was already jammed with bikes, with a pack of elderly cyclists ...
... look for the sign on the credit card machine to say "even geduld" which means, "Please wait". Seeing that made Brian sigh with relief every time. He would say something like, "yes, it says 'evan geldub', that means it worked". I don't know if he was saying that to himself or to the credit card machine operator or perhaps both?
Anyway, a short ride later, we arrived at the quaint little harbor village of Willemstad. We even ...
... mill could only raise the water 4 feet by itself. Windmills - The top of the windmill is like a turret - it can pivot 360 degrees to take advantage of the wind. There is a large steering wheel behind the windmill that the miller uses to turn the top around. The mills have to work in unison to pump water out. One mill is designated the leader and the miller there is responsible for checking the water level. If he decides it is necessary to pump, he turns the ...