Radisson Blu Palace Hotel, Noordwijk Aan Zee
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... there weren't many people around, so figuring we got there early took our time looking for someone to assist us in telling which car we were supposed to be in (these trains the cars are not connected!) We asked one of the train workers which cart we belonged in, and she tells us "the one all the way at the end is the overnight cart, but.. (and she pauses to look at her watch)... you better hurry, this train leaves in 1 minute." Erik & I just froze for a ...
... is normal; plug occasionally for simple tract; LIFT procedure
- 2 x dilatations with Jaques Bergman - post surgical, needle-knife incisions, then 18mm CRE balloon, then triamcinolone; I noticed they have SG dilators up to 20mm, but apparently rarely use the largest; JB and PF both generally prefer bougies to balloons in the oesophagus
- Mexican for dinner
We started our morning with breakfast in our hotel. Did I mention how much I am enjoying staying in a hotel???? (Just knowing I would be returning to a room that had freshly made beds and new towels made me happy for hours!!!) We were thrilled to enjoy a healthy breakfast....they had fruit which we really missed when we were in France and a great machine that makes cappuccinos with a press of a button....ahhhh We bought tickets for the hop on hop off bus which is a great way to see ...
... with crackers and stroopwafels with tea. Victoria is now an official Modern Family fan! At any rate, she pointed me to her office and I got there the next day without a hitch.
After a lovely lunch (minus the service and dirty cutlery) at Friday Next, Vic did her best to navigate me to the nicer canal area. I have international phone service, but my data is disabled as it is $20 per ONE mb, so my maps don't work as soon as I lose ...
... Portrait) and Vermeer (the Milkmaid), Em's favourite part of the museum was the Asian Pavillion that has a lot of sculpture, Rob's favourite things were the clocks and I think for me it was the furniture, porcelain and jewellery. Tomorrow we'll be going back to the UK to stay with Rob's cousin Debbie and her daughter Dani in North Yorkshire, but not before we spend the morning getting up to mischief during our last few hours in ...