Mercure Kikuoka Golf Club
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Enjoyed the location. Internet not good and staff do not speak English.
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Breakfast, suitcase cramming and off we go. Celia commented that her suitcase gets heavier at each stop. I think it's due to the two new pair of shoes she's gotten so far! I think there may be more to come. She is a shoe lover. Tam and Steve dropped us off at the train station in Cochem. They are now on an adventure through Germany. We will meet up again in Amsterdam on the 16th. We will miss them. On the ...
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the inside of my upper lip. Ouch that hurt! but what followed was worse. My lip
started to swell up like it wanted to compete in the annual lip singing competitions
of Mozambique. So for today and tomorrow it looks like I have had a Botox
treatment gone wrong. One consolation though- it is temporary; I have seen
people with permanent fixtures like this.
Anyway I hope you will enjoy the blog-
Woke up early and got our stuff ready for the day away at the Rally. We had an amazing breakfast at the hotel... The best buffet we've had so far on our trip!! It was good, it set us up for the long day ahead :-).
We arrived at the stage at about 8.45am, found a park, bought our stage ticket (€20 each) and then caught the shuttle bus to the area close to the stage we were going to. When we arrived we found some awesome classic cars ...
... of the river traffic, which is where taxes were collected from passing barges. We heard of stories where the town Council offered free timber for the community to upgrade their houses in the 1700s, except when a rich merchant, Mr Muller (Miller) asked for his timber, the Mayor told him he was rich enough and wasn’t getting any free timber. To snub the Mayor and Council, Mr Muller rebuilt his home himself without their assistance, but put ...
... cool and the bridges. Then it was time for a takeaway sandwitch and get back on the train for our connection train to Brussels. Thats right we have another surprise stop happening!!! Got in late and it was raining. Tried to use the directions to the hostel they gave us rather than take the metro (cause its supposted to be 15min walk). They were all wrong! Found a cool coloum of congress and then finally after about 30minutes a local saw us and helped ...