Hotel Ter Elst
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... king Juba II named the island Canaria because it contained "vast multitudes of dogs of very large size". Another speculation is that the so-called dogs were actually a species of monk seal (canis marinus or "sea dog" was a Latin term for 'seal', critically endangered and no longer present in the Canary Islands. What is certain is that the name of the islands does not derive from the canary bird; rather, the birds are named after the islands.
Friday 15th August 2014
Well we have enjoyed Steenbergen but we are moving on. John had a quick trip to Lidl to get one or two things then we were off. The weather was pleasant and we retraced our steps back along the canal arm and then turned on to a main canal again. We had been assured that we would be OK for depth, just keep an eye on the gauge but the real challenge arrived at 2 very low bridges marked at 3m ...
... had a tv on the back of the chair in front of me and a young good looking Italian man beside me. I was not nervous anymore, but I soon realized that long flights make me nauseous! Great! After my ticket was rerouted 5 times, my flight was delayed a week, my flight connected 4 different times, and my plane rides taking a total of about 23 hours I eventually made it to Banjul, The Gambia. ...
... I headed to the "Bread House" which was a small museum. There were statues, ceramics, general artwork and replicas of the city as it used to be. The ceramic tea sets were nice, there were a few statues I liked - including two that had women holding the ten commandments - and the city replicas were cool. They also had costumes that had been used for the peeing boy, including a "space suit". From the museum I went to the peeing boy, which I also ...
... not $1200. Even in “boring” Brussels, there are heaps of museums and it’s the birthplace of several influential art nouveau architects and artists. Since I arrived, I’ve been to the Netherlands (twice), Luxembourg, Germany (twice) and all over Flanders and Wallonia. I’m going to Switzerland and will be going to London in 2014, and have vague ideas for short trips to France, Austria, Hungary and possibly ...