Hotel Theater Figi
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... nice to have a bit of extra time with them since we had such a good time together in Jakarta. The drive north to Drenthe gave time to talk with Jan and Trudi. Jan was as clear minded as ever and didn't talk at all about his health. Trudi was also confident and positive. Jan stepped out at their place then Trudi took us first to Assen station to collect Erin and Julian then on to ...
... country. By the time it was out of the box and had its bits and pieces attached I was running a bit later than I had hoped for. However I did have a bike to ride back which would make up a bit of time. This would have been the case if I didn't get lost on the way back; all the streets began to look the same. I resorted to asking questions at each street corner and showing the picture of a map that I had taken a screen shot of on the iPhone. I finally ...
... Anne frank house where the line to get in was between 1-2 hours... We were keen but not that keen. We went out for lunch instead and then set off to the Heineken brewery. Unfortunately I have tried and tried but still cannot stand the taste of beer... The best thing about the tour was the free wifi... #antisocialfreaks That night we had our last dinner together with the whole tour group. A floating Chinese restraraunt with a set menu, it was ...
... s or its Red Light District. Amsterdam has three of these districts, however, ‘De Wallen’ in the city center is the largest and best known. Since the 14th century the former inner-harbour of Amsterdam has slowly grown into an area of sex shops, brothels, gay bars, coffee shops, peep shows and window prostitutes. The fluorescent red lights are characteristic for this area.
... in his early 20's and seems to know what he is doing. He has a good sense of humour and is firm on times, which is necessary to keep the tour on track.
We have 46 persons on the bus made up of American's, Australian’s, Mexican’s, Canadian’s, Brazilians, Ozkiwis, and of course Kiwis. John and Kate in the former category. It is a 50-seater bus and very similar to the type we have used before. The driver is Italian and his name ...