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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Gemakkelijk schoon hotel iets buiten Amsterdam. Trip naar de luchthaven is 25 min!
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... will be sent to us in December and we will plant in January or February, I think. Back to the ship for lunch at l:00 and then to our tour of a cheese factory. Fascinating and The hosts were delightful and funny. After hearing how cheese is made, we made our own with the help of our hosts. It was a fun experience and we can take the cheese we made home with us. They also gave each of us a nice round of cheese. Now, ...
Tuesday & Wednesday, January 21-22, 2014
Our Part I safari group consists of:
Rada & Kent Brooks, San Francisco, California
Beth & Leo Cyr, Gulf Breeze, Florida
Marianne & Mike Kaufman, Long Island, New York
Jeanne & Jory Kesten, Toronto, Canada
Beth & I fly Delta from Pensacola to Atlanta. In Atlanta, we meet Jeanne & Jory Kesten and Marianne & Mike Kaufman. Jeanne & Jory ...
... the vehicles are very bubble-shaped. The corners are all rounded off like they are afraid a toddler is going to run into them
- the bikes. They were not kidding when I read that most people use bikes to get around. I felt like I was in a leisurely Tour de France all day. I have never said sorry so many times. I'm keeping the apologetic Canadian stereotype alive here, folks. Also, everybody rides bikes - girly girls, giant man beasts, the hoodrats, suit guys. And if ...
... you could watch the cheese being made
in the store, bought dessert at a cafe and ate it on our hurried way
back to the train. We spent a good deal of time trying to find a
purse Charlene had found earlier and was intent on getting – we
found it just before catching the train back to the airport on time
became a crisis.
Soggy and disheveled, we were patted down at the airport security.
Now it’s time to board the ...
... in. We stopped at some important landmarks and wandered down the narrow streets avoiding the thousand cyclists taking up the roads. The canals were beautiful and the lines of houses, apartments and shops fitted together like a jigsaw puzzle, as everything fitted in perfectly. There was nothing out of place with each house being 3 stories high, painted with the same pallet of colours and without a gap between the buildings. We found canal after canal. ...