Sandton Hotel Broel
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Business Services
- Meal plan
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... four bugles ... It was the first time I had heard it played by more than one instrument. Very difficult for that piece.
After the ceremony we marched back up to the square playing the canberra march. While less nerve racking then the march at the arc de Triomphe, it was more difficult due to the cobble stones. We then played our concert in the square, and we were on fire! Great sound, timing and togetherness. The more ...
... of a Manitoba Army regiment that liberated them from the Nazis. The locals are fond of their Canadian liberators and named a few bridges and streets after them. The tour also included a free glass of beer and a rooftop view of Bruges. Next was a highlight. I rented a bike from the hostel and glided aimlessly through the streets for a bit and then poked Alexa from her rest to do the same, wahile I jogged behind her so she wouldn't get lost. If we ...
For breakfast we went to a Buffet and got chocolate croissants,little muffins, kiwi and some raisin bread. My whole family thought that the breakfast was very good. Then we got back in to our hotel and got every thing ready to go to Brugge. We did a double check to make sure that we did not miss any thing. Then we had to go back to Brussels (the creepy place if you ask me) so we could drop off the car that ...
... quite a bit of Dutch while doing it. It helped a little that I had learned a decent amount of Swedish while I was there and that the two languages are somewhat similar. It helped a whole lot that Lodewijk is also a language enthusiast and an extremely intelligent person. Usually I refrain (or at least try to refrain) from asking my global friends and hosts too many questions about their languages. After all, that's not the point of ...
28th May 2012
After usual tea, John hosed down the decks as there is so much dust from them cleaning the beautiful towers on the bridge near us. We then had breakfast and then John used shampoo to give the decks a good clean. They look greatly improved, but disappointing as the deck paint we put on last year has been a bad buy and is very marked in places, so will need doing again this winter/spring. It is amazing how ...