Hotel Restaurant De Paasberg
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... skydome that opens in good weather. There we sat enjoyed a
suitably teutonic meal of schnitzels, pork knuckle and bread
dumplings. All washed down (in Dad's case) by a lovely cold ½ litre
glass of weizen beer. By the time we'd had our meal, it was time to
go to the gate and board. This was the bit that we were looking
forward to, as we'd only heard good things about Qatar Airways. They
didn't prove us wrong... We travelled in ...
On Bali itself, we are staying in our own villa with a cook and gardener. This sounds rather decadent but it's pretty much the norm over there. For the same money we'd have 2 weeks on a campsite in France over here. Plus, life is much cheaper over there. If you know what you are doing then you can eat out as a family for less than €20.
We are planning to visit temples, ...
... on their part as far as I'm concerned. This probably means that we'll have to pick up our bags off the KLM flight in Munich and check-in in person there. Luckily we have a 3hr window to complete this (short connections are a no-no with kids anyway) and so I'm not overly worried. It's just a slightly tarnished start to our holiday. Still, have we really got anything to complain about when one looks ...
... hospital ship. It is about the 3rd Red Cross ship we have seen and thought what a wonderful way to recover from any operation or illness.
We reached a big lock on the junction with the Neder-Rijn river where we had our first rain. It is very unusual for the Netherlands to have such a huge lock and we rose up at least 1.5 metres to get to the same level as the Neder-Rijn where we ...
... on the bikes and frustrated again with the bike computer that wouldn’t work. He started in on his clothes, unpacking the big suitcase we bought to carry his kilt and all the accoutrements that go with it. We had done our laundry at a funky Laundromat in Glasgow the day before, so we dealt with mostly clean clothes – Nile tried to use Esther’s washing machine, but it refused to work (found out later that it was signaling that we had to ...