Apollo Hotel Breda City Centre
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This morning we went to SCCM's (Stanley, Corrie, Carine and Marieke's) house for nice European breakfast. The croissants were every bit as good as in France, and the mixed fruit jam was as good as I remembered it. Remember eierkoeken, Dottie? We had those too. And Hagelslag (chocolate sprinkles) too. And sinaasappelsap which means orange juice, but literally it's translation is "orange apple sauce". But my very ...
... Vanaf april 2013 zal ik een nieuwe uitdaging aangaan in de vorm van een wereldreis. De eerste bestemming is Tokyo (Japan) en vanaf daar zal ik verder zuidelijk door AziŽ reizen. Geen gedetailleerd reisschema en leven van dag tot dag.
Mijn avonturen zal ik bijhouden via dit blog en ik zal in ieder geval over ieder land wat schrijven.
P.S. Nu eerst nog ...
... told me 20 before we left so I felt a bit ripped off, but never mind. I was expecting it to be about that anyway.
The Rotterdam is a small ship, the flagship of our R Class fleet and although small is quite pretty. Marty, the DJ who I’m staying with, has a crew room on a passenger deck so although not quite the luxury cabin I’m accustomed to as a pianist, it’s more ...
... around the inside of the main city area seeing all the interesting buildings. Rotterdam was the main city in the Netherlands to get completely bombed in the war, and so almost all their buildings were demolished and so they essentially had to start again. In doing so they created a city of architectural ‘delights’. All around the city you can see examples of modern ...
Caught up with him later back at the hotel where he was playing pool with some locals. Left hotel about 6.30pm walked to the train station to catch a cab to the ferry terminal. This is it - we are going to Holland.
Did all the boarding stuff - had to hand over a bottle of Frangelico and some ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed