How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Roosendaal
... man pushing people out of his way as he makes his way upwards. There are 2 sets of stairs leading up to the top floor where I am; the set that I used to climb, and an additional set to descend, or so I guess. Perhaps the windmill's builders imagined that having 2 sets would alleviate crowding, in the event of an emergency. I breathe a silent prayer to their foresight, and - seeing my only opportunity - wait silently on the top floor to discern the progress of my pursuer.
... plane and went on the train for 1 hour to Oom Wim and Tante Ria's house. It was raining and overcast. We played foosball which is up in the attic in our living area. Our living area has 3 bedrooms, one for Oma and Opa, one for Mummy and one for Emma and I. The living area which is also Mum's room has the fooseball table and lots of Lego. We went to the supermarket and it instead of putting your groceries in a trolley then having them scanned at the checkout you get a ...
... Couple of mornings ago Cindy made Arepas, a typical dish from Venezuela which she learned from me :) and I asked, where did you buy the mix? she said, at the supermarket, they all have it here... OK, good job by the Venezuelan government smuggling Harina Pan "the mix" into the Netherlands while in Venezuela the people don't find it anywhere and is starving.
Sorry, it makes ...
... of a Company with a shopping card to be able to buy any article,we were able to buy 6 crates ,so that wii be able to quench many thirsty pallets . After shopping we all went home to have a rest and prepared the vegetables for tonight's dinner ,peeling potatoes,cutting green beans,and we are eating Lamb cutlets with that.yum yum!!!!!! ...
... since we knew there would be several museums in our near future. The outside of them were great to look at anyway. And the area was very peaceful, apart from the large tour buses that shuttled people in and out. There was a family of ducks in one of the streams, complete with about a dozen ducklings, there were cats and dogs near all the windmills and bird flying every which way. It was a good place to be.