Hotel De Wageningsche Berg
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- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
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... whole town is converted into a living memorial to the sacrifices associated with WWII. The pictures just barely do it justice. The students were able to see live recreations of WWII battle tactics, see and in some cases climb on restored WWII vehicles as well as speak to more Canadian and British veterans from the war. There was also a massive influx of people all day long into the town ...
... such a "picture-book" baby, and she grew up to be a beautiful, sweet, caring and kind young girl. Once married, we visited her in Amsterdam a couple of times, and rode bikes with baby Michelle on the back of hers. Unforgettable is the occasion, when being
in London with Fred, I phoned Moira to Holland to say hello, she was so pleased that the next thing we knew, she had jumped on a plane and flown over to spend some time with us. So typical of her great heart.
... and botanical facilities. It was really hot out.
We went back to the hotel, and went out to get dinner. I checked at some bars we went to the night before for my bike key but had no luck. I ended up having to pay 50 euros to the hotel and rent out a new bike. On the way back to the hotel, we stopped and got ice cream. I got smurf, a blue flavor. I asked the lady what it was, and she said just vanilla colored blue. ...
... cliques that had formed on the trip, and wanted to have a big birthday dinner. A lot of us decorated her room at night for her birthday to cheer her up.
Another girl and myself were still hungry when we got to the hotel, so we went to the hotel bar, called Down Under, themed Australian. I had bitterballs and Grant's whiskey, a scotch. My friend had an Irish coffee and spring rolls. The bar was playing a video of a Genesis concert, and I had to message ...
... and visited another couple of shops before arriving back at the hotel. I found 2 packets of stroopwafels waiting in our room along with a handwritten note from the hotel staff wishing us a nice weekend. A nice touch and is an example of how they have gone the extra mile with service in the 7 days we have been here.
When Don got home we set off in to town and ended up having spaghetti bolognaise and a pizza at an Italian restaurant which sat alongside the ...