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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Other than that, the National Park was very well managed and tidy
With some tidying up, checking out around 12 and a 70 mile trip to the ferry queue, we are on course for arrival in North Shields on Tuesday. When we get to Ijmuiden, it will be lunch sandwich time and we hope others in the queue without their own facilities will be extremely jealous!
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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 ...
... had a traditional Dutch meal which was kind of like stone grill but with electric cookers and little fry pans on the table and you could cook what ever you wanted to eat, they had all meats and fish, eggs, pancake mix and sauces with salads, it was actually yum although very filling. The Dutch people are lovely and they are very hospitable. As the night went on we played a Dutch game of Schoelen it's basically a game for all ages (see pic) and you have to ...
Before we booked this trip, I couldn't decide in what kind of accommodations we wanted to stay in during our time on the Islands. Should we stay at B&B's or in hotels or in the luxurious resorts. When we decided to do an all organized trip, we couldn't do B&B's anymore, since the company doesn't ...
We had a six hour drive from France to Arnhem in western Holland and arrived in camp in the late afternoon. After setting up camp, we went for a leisurely walk through the surrounding forest which was scattered with small lakes and dunes. After about five kilometers, we were back at camp and settled in for the night. The next morning, we rode our bicycles to the nearby open air museum. This was the first and largest Dutch open air museum ...