Bungalowpark Het Verscholen Dorp
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was I found myself reading them and not looking at the art work. A beautiful ceramic bust of the Madonna is in the Medieval collection. The original blue glaze has an almost metallic sheen to it. Her eyes are cast downwards and you have to be on your knees to look into them. Upstairs in the late 29th C I found one of Yves St Laurent's Mondrian dresses while outside a number of grounded Calder mobiles grace the ...
... 11.30. Checked into the Premier Inn - what a huge bed compared to the front saloon berth on Eriska - luxury......had a jolly lunch with Pete and Susie, rest of the Raymonds arrived about 4 and we headed off to the party. Great evening - well done Rob and especially Rachael for organising a fun evening ... and keeping it secret. Spent Sunday recovering and then repaired to Rob's dentist for ...
... to see some more of the city. A shopping district as well as eateries everywhere. We saw the Royal Palace, and it is huge. It is in the middle of the city. Out front is a square with street venors, and people everywhere,. standing room only. And bikes parked along the brick walls of the palace on every wall. Sorry no photo.
This afternoon we are meeting the tour organisers and heading to our boat/home for the next 15 ...
... The road is lined with tourist shops that you cannot escape, similar to some of our Chinese water tour experiences a few years ago.
Hema explains the impressive caves one by one. The expressions of the statues are still making a mark on me. Mahesh Murti Shiva, the three different expressions of Shiva is the most striking sculpture in ...
... find in domestic news sources. The first was about the French economy and the second was a review by Alan Dershowitz of "The Great Dissent" written by Thomas Healy. Although the French are the people we love to hate, they are no different than anyone else. The article was entitled, "France ponders how to halt a slow decline", by Steven Erlanger. Like Americans, the French want fundamental changes in their domestic policies, as long as it doesn't ...