- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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The past few days have been pretty relaxing. We have been hanging out around town, visiting family, and paddle boating. In town, the farmers market was going on, so we went around there. The family we visited live in Munster. They are my grandmother's sisters and families. I ...
Today we celebrated the 43rd birthday of my beautiful cousin Belinda at her place. A party where we got to meet some of her friends, have a few drinks, lots of laughs and off course good food. The weather was lovely, ideal for sitting around in her back garden, her friends each brought a small gift for Darrin for Abraham (male turning 50) which he was very surprised about, a early night was had as we left early for Austria on the Monday ...
... Every time we heard the Village People singing YMCA, we looked for the nearest nationality and had to choose an appropriate drink. For the Dutch you could choose maybe Grolsch or worse, Advocaat, for the French, wine or maybe champaigne, for the Russian, vodka and so on. Fortunately, the drinking part was only theoretical or we certainly wouldn't have made it, given the number of times we had to walk through the streets waving our ...
... out on ibuprofen. At one point I sat on a wall and actually cried - the sort of tears that spontaneously leak out of your eyes but with no emotion attached.
Shortly after this, two sisters from Rotterdam grabbed me by the arms and pulled me the last mile to get over the finish line by 15.25. I don't think I will be doing the foot-rub thing again. Keep your boots on until you're home, I've learnt. I celebrated completion of another day with an overpriced cornetto.
... return from Germany we then went out for the best buffet meal I have ever had, 2 hours unlimited food, alcohol and soft drink, then off to visit more family, my cousin Arnold and his wife and 2 kids. Arnold's dad and my dad are both Hogenkamp brother's...Arnold's mum and my mum are Braakman sisters, his parents have visited us three times in Australia when I was a kid, it was fantastic to meet him personally for the first ...