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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to the Netherlands.
It's doing surprisingly well as far as I could tell. I ended up in there on a cheap t shirt spree. Most of the clothes I packed were shirts and jeans ready for the likes of the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi where shorts are banned owing to the locals objecting to tourists running around their worship centre dressed in underwear. It quickly became obvious though, just in Eindhoven's ...
... staggering! It's a genuine fairytale world. Sadly as in most fairytales it's extremely anti-wolf which is a bit tiring after a while. Places like Eftelling should realise they have a sense of responsibility towards their younger guests and promoting a wolf friendly atmosphere. One particular house in the middle of the Sprookjesbos has a group of dwarves happily sat around their dinner ...
... we've been cursing them for 5 weeks as they get moved from one part of the van to the other every morning and every night! But oh so grateful due to all the little nibbly nibblers (Jon still managed to collect a few bitey bumps). Early bed for an early start to National ...
... places are few
and far between. We found a picnic one
to have lunch and used our own facilities. We found the camperplaats at Weert
fairly easily and it is extremely well organised. Just 18 spaces with hard
stands for each motorhome to park on, tail end in backwards please! We sat in the sun for most of the afternoon,
but went for a walk along the canal after dinner. ...
... for me at the airport, so great to see her, another gorgeous friend
who felt like we had seen each other last week and not three years ago.
We made our way
to Weert where Sanne lives and spent the afternoon catching up and walked the
town centre. She cooked me a traditional dinner of Stamppot Boerenkool, mashed
potato with kale and ...