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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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I had such a wonderful evening yesterday - so good to see Uncle Leslie again and neither of us could believe it's been more than a year! Time ******* flies. He was actually going for dinner with a business associate of his who is just in from China. They invited me along and we went to a beautiful Thai restaurant which rivals even some of the food I ate in Thailand itself... It was incred. It still amazes me how Les is treated like ...
... He also recommended that we go to a place called Rosie's for breakfast. We arrived at Rosie's to find that it was actually closed until 10 so we went back and checked out the park we had passed and found a giant church before returning to get some food. Breakfast here is pretty weird. You tend to order jams, cheeses, or meat and it comes with rolls to put it on. I ended up with a bagel and lox and herbed cream cheese with a soft boiled egg on the side. ...
... a church, as it was well lit, and it was a rather warm night. We were munching happily on grapes and tuna salad when we heard a sudden noise very close to us. It sounded like something was crashing out of the trees around us! Very surprised, and a little scared, we looked around frantically for the source of the commotion. Chelsea saw it before I did - a large egg splattered near my feet! She exclaimed "We're being egged!" ...
Friday. 24th. Relaxing sail along the Rhine River to Cologne. Walking tour of Cologne and then the Captain's Farewell Dinner. The food and service for the whole trip has been amazing. Made new friends and had lots of laughs, all in all a great holiday. Saturday Sailed the Dutch waterways and arrived in Amsterdam. Had a private canal boat ride through the city and visited ...
... as many different outlets as you can think of, so we filled our boots and went to a couple of shops. Our next stop was the Gasometer in Oberhausen, which was a huge gas container in the olden days, and is now being used to house an art exhibition called the Big Air Package by Christo – this is the biggest indoor sculture in the world, with a height of 90m and a diameter of 50m. It was quite impressive, but being housed in a gas tower, it ...