Sandton Hotel Pillows Zwolle
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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In just 6 hours time we will be sitting on a flight ready to leave. After two years of dreaming the world trip is finally here, first stop Bali. After two weeks in Bali, we will be heading to Singapore & Kuala Lumpur, before heading to Phuket and the surrounding islands. Begin November we will spend in the Philippines before heading over to Australia in ...
... the day was to Giethoorn a small village in the Provence of Overijssel with a population of just over 2,000, it is only accessible by water and is a quaint little village to wander through. Last part to the road trip was driving past the seven hills that holland has, the rest of the land is ridiculously ...
... we decided to stay a bit longer in Berlin and then drive direct to Oldenburg, so that meant that on Friday and Saturday, we could do some more exploring in Berlin. We were staying in the old East Berlin at The Generator, which is a hostel that caters for young people. I have to say that it is very focussed on young people and therefore, a bit uncomfortable for older travellers like us. But we had a double room with a bathroom – ok, so you couldn’t swing a ...
... the keys to move them) so it was inaccessible!
It was a bit of a boring journey up the Ijssel as it is a pretty river but nothing special and very wide. We had lovely warm sunshine and John was trying to get rid of some of his tan tide marks, so we were rather grateful that the showers that were forecast did not materialise. We only had a couple of incidents to relieve the boredom and 1 was John got a blue board from a barge which meant we had to cross over ...
... had the customary G&T (and I had a little snooze in the sun) followed by a wander around the town. Hattie and Jamie wanted some bread to feed the ducks so we tried to find a supermarket. We found a bakers but as it was only for the ducks I asked the lady for the cheapest bread she had or (as it was near the end of the day) any stale bread. She gave us some out of the freezer for 1 euro 30 which apparently is quite cheap. ...