Van der Valk Hotel Ara
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... to Elysium, what I call "the after life heaven" everyone is naked enjoying life as it is. With more than 30 pools hot and cold, saunas and special sessions, we stayed for 6hrs going in almost everything there was, love the salt water pool and the diferent saunas, especially the strawberry experience... Wonder what you think at this point... The strawberry experience was kind of like a sweat lodge but in a sauna with 40+ nude ...
... that join together to cover all the decking area, although in big downpours they can give way and someone can cop for an unwanted drenching!
We walked back in the dry, Isi had an early night and John read then wrote up the day’s events. Earlier in the day he found an unmarked DVD which turned out to be Walk the Line, the Johnny Cash story and watched a bit of it before ...
Linda DeVos Rien and I have seen a lot of this beautiful Country,visiting Haamsteden Ooltergensplaat,Zierikzee, Outdorp ,Neeltje Jans.Rennese Kralingse Bos. Maas Boulevard,and again Rotterdam. Haamsteden was the place where my children attended a holiday camp with Friends from school It was was a beautiful sunny day and we walked along cobblestone street of this little village visiting an old cathedral and a beautiful old castle,walked along the colourful little ...
Today was huge. We had a couple of issues with some dodgy route directions we'd been given, so we ended up doing about 60 km (the ferry we were told to use only runs between May - September, not happy Jan!). Apart from being a bit tired and emotional - me not Em! - we actually had a good day. We rode beside the Amsterdamse Waterleidingduinen (sand dunes where water is collected for Amsterdam) this morning and saw rabbits and ...
This morning we had to be up early to get the tram to the train at 7.15. Our train left Rotterdam at 7.55 and we had to swap at Antwerp to get to Brugge. We arrived in Brugge to what looked like rain clouds descending over they city. It was warm enough but these grey clouds hovered over the city. We put our bags into a big locker at the train station and headed off to find the city of Brugge. After crossing a couple of roads we were walking up a beautiful cobble stoned street. It ...