Hotel en Congrescentrum De Reehorst
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... to Munich was, well, just
the flight really. Flying with KLM hasn't been very special for me
since their poor treatment of me when Daniel was a baby. They were
pleasant enough but it was typical KLM that we were served a minute
bag of pretzels that were so salty that I probably spiked my blood
pressure about 50mmHg.
Munich proved to be a nice place to
spend a few hours, It's two main terminals are linked by a ...
... However, we have chosen to fly with the World's Best Airline of 2011. Qatar Airways is one of the fastest growing airlines with, apparently, service second to none. The aspect I am most looking forward to is the personal entertainment system with a choice of more than 100 films that you can start and stop at will. Long gone are the days of a tiny screen above our heads and 6 rows away. Hopefully it'll soften the pain of ...
... last 24 hours to complete the online check-in procedure on the Qatar Airways website. I managed to check in with KLM for the first leg within minutes, but Qatar keeps telling me that the check-in is not open. WTF? We are now 6hrs pre-flight whilst it's meant to be open 30hrs preceding the flight. Qatar may have been voted the world's best airline in 2011 and 2012 but this extra worry is a ...
... contrast. It has lots of huge barges travelling extremely fast. It is the equivalent to a motorway bypassing Utrecht. Once we were south of Utrecht (which we had been to on a previous visit to the Netherlands and also we were unable to take Spring Tide through because of the height of the fixed bridges) we forked left to stay on the Amsterdam Rijnkanaal. We saw 2 floating hotel river cruise ships as well as a ...
... and double-check everything we’d touched when we reassembled them. Nile worked on the bikes while I went through all the paperwork from the Scottish trip and sorted and packed my bike bags. I had my lists, but in the end, I made quite a few cuts based on space and weight. Since we’ll be traveling in “civilized” areas, I figure we can pick up necessities if we need them. Nile came upstairs with an aching back from bending over ...