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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... a decent breakfast for a very reasonable rate. On an slightly random note, Peter has a lovely parrot and sweaty hands! Too much information? Probably. I had forgotten how much I disliked travelling in anything other than a car. The ferry was ok though. We got set up in a quiet area with big screen TV's. I managed to catch the Grand Prix, do a bit of reading, the food was dreadful and cost the earth and it got a touch choppy but 7 uneventful hours passed and ...
... rented a bike and decided to bike to the famous Kinderdijk windmills, which were only supposed to be 9 miles from Rotterdam. I really like biking so I thought this would be a great idea. There were always bike paths to follow, which was great. However, the ferry I was supposed to take was not there so I ended up biking an extra 6 miles to a bridge and then back to ...
... a team and did what was required to score runs together. Not surprisingly, Adam received top pitcher and Freddy Terkelson top batter. With myself claiming MVP. Which was awesome! Not playing since beginning of march it was nice to receive an award to top it all off what was an amazing week of softball. Once recovered, a short stay in scheveningen, which is located close to den Haag (The Hague), I decided to stay at a hostel. first time in ...
... my book. There was this guy out the aswell playing the guitar and harmonica and writing music. So at peace and for the first time on the trip really relaxed. I love Ireland already. Everyone in the hostel sat out the back at drank at night time! I met lots of Cool people and we went to a cool little Irish club at night time. Overall a really good ...
... to the airport. And as I was running around this station in Den Hague, I learn that no trains are leaving the station. It gets so crowded because all of the trains had to deboard, that when I went up the escalator, human beings were literally piling into each other. The sad thing is that you can see it happening when you're further down the escalator. You would say, move please! Please don't just stand there! I'm coming towards you but I ...