Hotel The Oak
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... loaded the car and tried to get to the boat, with a bit of confusion in the city we got there ultimately in time.
The boat this time was a very big one. We spend some time on the deck when leaving Oslo, followed the whole time by sea gulls and then we went in because it started raining like hell.
No problem, we were leaving.
The end of the holiday was a nice dinner on the boat in style. 15 meters windows, a table for 2 and a nice ...
... a laundromat!! The Netherlands has been a fun and interesting experience. I arrived in Amsterdam on Wednesday last week and stayed for 2 nights. There is so much amazing history in Amsterdam and a few controversial laws too. On my first afternoon I went to visit The Anne Frank House. Now for those of you that were in 5/6P last year you will remember that we read some of her diary. This house is the actual house that has the hidden annex at the top. It is all still ...
... floating over the streets comming from the mountains, and passing road blocks due to too much water on the street, we decided to take the highway as it would be saver to drive and to gain a couple of 100 km's in less time as we were still far away from home and I needed to go to work on Monday …
The highways in Germany are nice and perfect to drive on, but it was not fun with a motorcycle as we want to enjoy the mountains. But we stayed on the ...
... it they had it, not to mention the costumes and props used on stage.
Other acts we saw were, Greenday, Kings of Leon, The Script, Vampire Weekend, Rudimental, Airbourne, Blur, Two Door Cinema Club, Kesha, Stereophonics, Alt-J, Editors, Bastille and last but not least Nick Cave (Joke of the festival).
Never will we forget the guy that walked past our tent that day and made that strange sound....such a laugh (had to be there).
... of unorganised confusion for about 5 hours. But we were pleasantly surprised to find that the Rock Werchter buses were ready waiting for us outside the train station. Everyone filed onto each bus, every time one went, another one took its place. I cant explain to you how amazing having organisation at a festival is. We have experienced waiting 8 hours to get to reading fest one year and waited for countless hours to get on a train home from glasto another. ...