Van der Valk Hotel Ara
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
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... Java. We'll start off in Fragrance Water where we'll go see the blue fire at Ijen crater, on our wedding anniversary - climbing a volcano at 1am through sulphur clouds to see the beautiful fire and sunrise. Romantic I know. We'll then head off to Yogya (yes we're on first name terms) and do the obligatory visit to the Borobudur. After that we'll go to Jakarta to see for our own eyes and smell for our own noses why it is called The Big Durian. Oh did I mention we'll be ...
... there is a buffet at the other end. Do NOT get in grandma's way of a buffet! After the drill we sat on our balcony in the sun, and relaxed. Around 4 we enjoyed a Dutch tea....which was liqueur filled coffee, and lots of yummy pastries. More relaxing and dinner at 7, Sailing through the night to Cologne for the entire ...
... not noticed or even looked for. Given a .VW Touran (2L turbo diesel touring car) with french licence plates. While a better car for driving on the autobahn, pleased we'd finished driving on all the narrow lanes and byways of France, Spain and Italy. Just that much bigger that we wouldn't have made it into or out of some of the tight corners!
And that took care of Thursday.
... the supermarket for a couple of essentials (big shop tomorrow).
After dinner we did some final decisions on which route to explore in the next week. One of the places we would like to explore in the future when the weather is nicer are the lakes near here and Isi used our new dictionary to translate some of the information regarding them, so already useful. Then relaxed, read and did puzzles ...
This was pretty well our last day of being a tourist in the Netherlands. This time our tour guide was cousin Kaas and wife Corrie. Den Haag is where the government of Holland sits and houses many foreign embassy's. Den Haag is also home of the International Court of Justice, which attempts to settle disputes amongst countries. We also toured the Gemeente Museum, which amongst other things, houses many works by renowned Dutch artist Piet ...