Golden Tulip Central Molitor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Late start, luckily the breakfast goes until 10am. First hot breakfast of the trip, plus all the pastries, breads, meats etc.
Wandered into town and spent the morning finding more new paths and roads, and more stunning scenery. DC had arranged via Facebook to meet up with some of the girls from the Luxembourg choir they met in Brussels,so …
Last day of the music tour today, but we are continuing onto Luxembourg, so we left the hotel at 8.30, caught the tram into Midi station, bought our tickets for the train (3 hours, second class, 102 euro all up), and made it to the platform with 5 minutes to spare (trains to Luxembourg go every hour, so it was no major disaster if we missed that …
75 days to departure.
the day of departure is coming closer and as it does, my excitement grows. I just turned 19 yesterday and realized that this will probably be the last birthday that I will spent living at home. I also just returned from a short trip to the British isles on which I visited Dublin and Glasgow with a good mate of mine, Tomas, before spending a day ...
... restaurant in Melick, which had requested that we let them know two days in advance that I - the crazy Western vegetarian hipster - would be eating at their establishment. I have to say that the chef did go all out with samphire (zeekraal) and mini-paprikas.
> Despite what Big Business tells you, Dutch people do appreciate a nice hand-made Christmas gift. Completely brainwashed by homo ecos:, I had decided to either make my gifts myself, or to ...
... get to visit the American Memorial Cemetery in Hamm. This is where General George S, Patton is buried along with his soldiers, about 5076 soldiers. They fought and died in the Battle fighting for the allies. General Patton died in an auto accident later but wanted to be buried with his soldiers. After, we get back to the little town of Bernkastel, where there is the one riesling called Famous Doctor Vineyard, which according to local folklore, the wine had medicinal ...