Hotel Kasteel Solhof
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... road works would be next. So far, so good as we crawled through Oxford to return the hire car just down the road from the train station. Mary is tense, I am pleased with the way it's all going. The hire car place called us a cab and it turned up promptly. Train tickets for Oxford to London (Paddington station) without a hitch, but when the train stopped we had to walk (miles) to carriage A ... we ...
... would like a go, he jumped at the chance and I had one very HAPPY boy. Sven's tractor is a modified lawn mower. Mark was able to do three runs and just loved it even though he got soaking wet. Apparently he now wants one for himself, looks like Tum might have some work to do!! After the Kids had finished the rain shower disappeared and the sun come out again in time for us to watch the Truck pulling. Now that was an awesome sight. Unfortunately as we had left Oma at home ...
Belgium. It's a country that is often looked over by travelers and its larger neighbors. Surrounded by the Netherlands to its north, France and Luxemburg to the south, Germany on the east, and to the west the North Sea, this small country exemplifies the culture and atmosphere of the diversity that surrounds it.
What I found most curious during my visit was that there are two official languages in which Belgium seamlessly balances: French ...
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One of the major tourist attractions in Brussels is the statue of the “Manneken Pis (the Peeing Boy).” This boy named Julien has been hailed as the first Honorary Citizen in Brussels. He was a legendary ...
... me a little drunk. The beer here is 10% alcohol and we had 4 tastings! I can't lie to the blog! The guide told us about the history, the makings, and the different tastes to the beer. The first kind we had is called a Trappist beer. It is hand made by monks in Belgium. They continue to make it to this day and honestly it probably was my favorite one. It is called a Chitmay and it is a sweet but dark beer. Something one could drink in the Middle Ages! Next on the tour we had the "band ...