Herberg Restaurant 't Zwaantje

Groesbeekseweg 106, Mook, Limburg, 6585KH, Netherlands | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by ingen24

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The Ambiant worked like a charm. I played zombie for about seven hours. Sleep mask on and hoodie over my head, wearing earbuds. Turns out the guy next to me wasn't much of a talker..... When I woke up we were flying over Liverpool and I missed dinner and breakfast. So I called for breakfast. Two coffee later I was really awake. Slight headache still. What would you expect? Not bad though ...

One week to go

A travel blog entry by liesaap

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... my dearest colleagues, looking forward to it!

The hotel I will be working for during my traineeship is the Tower Hotel in London. It's part of a chain called Guoman & Thistle Hotels that have hotels throughout the entire world. For the people who know England and/or have a travel book about London, it's located right next to the Tower Bridge. The building is ...

Windhoek, Johannesburg, Amsterdam, Oosterbeek

A travel blog entry by faralley

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KL 592 departed 45 mins late because the cabin crew kicked out three passengers who were drunk when the boarded. Little mistake from the ground crew.
10:45 hrs flying time to AMS.

Thank you all for you mails and remarks.

I am looking fwd to my next trip.

Ceeyah

Frank Versteegh

Now back to work, to earn money for my next journey.
Zimbabwe!




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Christmas comes early!

A travel blog entry by issywiz

... spent some time talking with two couples, one from Australia a man who built his own boats! and the other who run his own Wood Yard business in Lancashire, all very interesting and the Lancashire man also did a bit of stand up comic work, so there was an exchange of jokes going on,

The new Sat-Nav was brilliant as it really gave John the confidence for driving on the right hand side of the ...

The Netherlands do have hills!

A travel blog entry by issywiz

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... The chain is anchored in the middle of the river (upstream of course) and marked by a little boat with a flag on. It then has two more large floats marking the chain. As the ferry goes from one side to the other the floats move with it making it very easy to know which side to go. The flow of the river carries the ferry in a kind of pendulum action saving on energy, very clever these Dutch.

One thing we must mention, and ...

       

    TripAdvisor Reviews Herberg Restaurant 't Zwaantje Mook

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding