- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Even the Mongols! Today they are concerned because the second largest political party here is the Neo Nazi Party which is attracting the disillusioned young. They are concerned they are taking another wrong path. Because of the rain we spent a considerable time in the bus with a very good and passionate guide. It was virtually impossible to take photos with the wet bus windows but still it is an impressive town. I wish we could have seen it on a fine day. We ...
... I had to wash before eating. It had one very large pot, a fry pan, a cutting board that you would get botulism from if you attempted to use it, a strainer, a potato peeler, a wooden spooner and a cheese knife. This was fully equiped???. There was a small oven, no microwave, but there was nothing to cook anything in apart from a very dirty oven tray that I scrubbed first. There was nothing to dry dishes with, there was 2000 T V channels, but very few subscribed to, and ...
... later, we had a pretty good start on how to find our way around the city the next few days. After the canal tour, we walked a little further, in the direction of the port to the Maritime Museum and walked aboard a full size replica of the "VOC Amsterdam" an East India trade ship that was put into service in 1749. Though twice as large, it was similar in design to the ship that Jim's GGGGGGGrandfather came to America on in 1733. Jim's ancestor actually sailed out of the port ...
... that much so after a quick snap next to her statue we chose to wander off in the direction of the Rijksmuseum. Much more success at the Rijksmuseum where there was not a queue in sight, a beautiful building and a fantastic collection of art to view. What a lovely way to pass a couple of hours ... Hope you enjoy some snippets you will find in the photo gallery. After a spot of charcuterie in the gallery café we headed off to ...
... landscape and the typical town houses. Made myself stop lots of times to take it all on (photo)camera. Riding into Wales could not have been more sudden. You would not believe it, as this is also part of the greater UK, but scenery truly does change here almost instantly. The lanes get smaller and more windy. The landscape more lush, and it is far less crowded out here. I have found myself some great camp spots, and interesting sights.
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