Camp Reinsehlen Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
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Getting up at 3:00 am is not nice, but the highway to the airport was empty. Checking in with Air Berlin was a new experience, but not quite positively. All information that we had keyed in for the online check in was irrelevant, we had to give them the complete information again. Arriving in Düsseldorf was no problem, up in the air and back down again. We had a 2.5 hour layover so we were able to fill our stomachs with a decent breakfast. Air Berlin had another check ...
After some online reconnaissance we ventured into the city today for a look around. We drove to a local train station and had no trouble buying day passes from a vending machine for €6 each. Parking was a little drama - the 'park n ride' we drove into closed at 9pm and there was a chance we'd be back later than that. So we parked on the street and stressed about getting a ticket (no, thankfully). Trains were comfortable, clean and convenient, and ran ...
Wonderful morning. Cool with a blue sky and not a leaf stirring. Our steps are the only sounds as we haul our heavy backpacks up the stairs at Nieuw-Vennep station.
In spite of the propitious signs, our international train tickets cannot open the gates at the platform. To serve us better, the railways have removed all personnel and closed the platform with gates. The Decline And Fall of The Dutch Railways... (my intellectual friends will think of Edward Gibbon)
... t go very far. The weather is still bad it's just good to have been out for a little bit. I put my tent up on a grass field out of sight for everybody. I can't help but wondering if it really was worth it to break up camp walk for a little bit and then put up camp again. But after enough hours in a small tent, I really can't blame ...
... in the same way. He warns me for Romania. The people are not really nice there, he says. When I'm in Barum another men asks me about my trip. I have a chat with him and he points me in the right direction for Lauenburg. About two kilometre out of Barum, I see a forest. I have to walk about one kilometre to get there. It's a nice and peaceful village. There's a lot going on with horses. As I'm taking a rest on a seat, an ...