Linge Hotel Elst
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Elst
... the present president is ruling things have changed. The country stabilized and the economy is getting better. One great example of the things I don't like about this government is that they made being gay illegal. I consider it to be a step the wrong direction for human rights. But still the country is considerably more stable than neighboring countries.
Nature isn't the only unpredictable thing in the country. ...
... the company I want to go to. It took two weeks to get the assignment and then it was sure that it was happening. I booked airplane tickets with Turkish airlines. I got a new passport, because mine was expired. And I made an appointment for my vaccines. Now almost two weeks before leaving I had all the seven vaccines and I started with the Malaria pills. Luckily I didn't have to get a visa before leave because I saw the trouble that some classmates had getting ...
... trip from Amsterdam to the south was not registered (the system is new...) and so free. The trains, so far, are easy to use, comfortable, not crowded and quiet. This trip will be three hours with a change of trains and train company, which means swiping off and back on again. Signage at the station is not clear and I nearly miss my connection, hurrying up the platform waving at the conductor. My Lost and Found count ...
I couldn't sleep. The alarm went off randomly at midnight, waking both me and my room-mate Reina. This was the third year we had shared the little attic room, and we had a good system worked out so we didn't tread on each other's toes. I tossed and turned, made a foray to the kitchen for a midnight snack and finally gave up at 3.30am when I started to get ready to go.
The students outside were still randomly yodelling ...
I had a late ticket, which meant getting up at 5.15am (4.15am if you are working on English time). This was a bit of a shock to the system and interrupted a dream where I'd been delivering obscure lost property to isolated farmhouses, situated down rutted farm tracks. I think my last delivery was to Mrs Savage, the deputy head of St Wulstans Primary School. I brought her a ragged facecloth she'd lost. Then, as my alarm ...