Hotel De Naaldhof
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Fu Ye Qiang.
We are presently travelling with two other adoption families. One family with three children and the other family still without child. Waiting at the arrivals gate was a guide from BLAS (Bridge of Love Adoption Service). The guide, whom likes to be called Eric, has a great deal of experience and knowledge of working with adoptive families in China. After a 50 minutes bus journey back to the hotel with our personal driver, ...
... special couple will be in our circle of friends in the future. At dinner early in the week, a couple joined us for dinner and the man introduced himself as "Russ Givens". We four (Me, Rusty, My brother and SIL) looked at each other and asked him to repeat his name. Well, you can imagine the conversation that took place that night and on all the meals we shared with them for the rest of the week. It looks like he and Rusty are related - it was ...
... still many that we now saw for the first time. Amsterdam is truly an amazing city.At 1:30 pm we had our first look at the Iris, and where we would be living for the coming week. As I had found photos do the barge on the Internet, there were no surprises when we boarded. We were introduced to the five crew members who would preform multiple while we're onboard. The rooms were small, but had plenty of storage ...
... by far outlasting the law under which he was condemned and the memory of those who sought his destruction under it.
The journey to Amsterdam by train means negotiating a route through the petit thieves of the Gare du Nord. With the experience gained in Spain it was easy to spot them eyeing up the tourists who are busy dealing with luggage, circling around, selecting ...
... by a rope.
Because the trip to Vianen took about four hours, we found ourselves going up in a lift lock while we ate dinner, a smakelijk Dutch meal. Afterwards, we all went out to try out our bikes on a short trip through Vianen. Our poor guide, Sietse, wasn't having a good day. He was having troubles getting some of the bikes set up, and when he came up the hill to lead us on our trip, ...