Van der Valk Hotel Ara
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... All the beds were built-in cubbies to include a child's crib nestled on a shelf in one of the larger rooms. All the gears and wheels were made from wood and held together with dowels. It's amazing how much pressure those gear teeth must withstand. Each blade of the fan looked to be about thirty feet in length and roughly six feet wide at the end. With no forests nearby, it would have been critical that the components were durable because a break wouldn't be a quick ...
... that we had only been given one bike, he went back to check and found the second key. The GPS however, was missing. Brian, not surprisingly said we didn't need a GPS and just to cancel it. I agreed and so I sent off an email requesting that they cancel the GPS order.
Reading the instructions for the first day of biking, I noticed that the starting point was another hotel altogether. Not only was the hotel nowhere close to where we were staying, ...
Honnigsvag - bleak, desolate, cold. Out the window passengers that are brave enough are struggling with inappropriate umbrellas into the gale. It's 3 degrees with considerable windchill. This is meant to be a summer holiday! We are at the town closest to the North Cape 70' north where we are being squashed between the longitudinal lines. We may only venture ashore to this tiny village at the end of the world if the rain stops. And eventually it stopped for long enough to venture ...
We set off early this morning as we had to negotiate around the edge of London. First day after the Easter break with everyone heading back to work meant the M25 was pretty busy. We drove down through Kent and made the port terminal at Folkestone in time to get a coffee. Whilst waiting in the queue to board a gentleman tells us one of our tyres is looking rather flat! It was soon time to board the train- ...
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 ...