Local Heart, Global Soul

August 30, 2019

Hotel… Or Restaurant?

Spotted this on a tree whilst on our way to visit family members. These are known here as “insect Hotels” and come in all shapes and sizes. I’ve seen them in the form of massive log piles in nature reserves, to tiny wooden boxes that have had twigs, bark, mosses, leaves and sawdust packed into them by kids and placed in gardens to provide insect habitat. It helps everyone understand that encouraging insects is excellent for the planets biodiversity, and helps in the fight against the huge drop in numbers of small birds in most big cities around the world.

I’ve seen them at ground level a lot but never before on a tree like this one. The wicked humour that I have thought for a moment that if you stuck a birdhouse next to it, it would be the small birds equivalent of living next door to a restaurant! Oops! Probably not quite the idea that people who installed this were going for.

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October 5, 2018

The Hurunui Hotel, Closure Hopefully Temporary…

The Hurunui Hotel, where we have previously on other trips enjoyed lunch, had been damaged by the Christchurch 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, but not at all seriously. The Kaikoura quakes of November 2016 however have been an entirely different story, and to our dismay the building is now not even safe to enter. The hotel is therefore closed for business and we didn’t know anyone who knew what it’s future would be. As a heritage building I hope that the owners get help as soon as possible from the Hurunui District Council or Government to bring it back to its former glory. I hope to bring better news about this wonderful building at some future date.

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May 18, 2018

Unfinished Business At The Ryugyong Hotel…

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The Ryugyong Hotel, (sometimes spelled as Ryu-Gyong Hotel) is an unfinished 105-story, 330-metre-tall (1,080 ft) pyramid-shaped skyscraper in Pyongyang, North Korea.

Its name (“capital of willows”) is also one of the historical names for Pyongyang. The building is also known as the 105 Building, a reference to its number of floors. Planned as a mixed-use development, which would include a hotel, construction began in 1987 but was halted in 1992 as North Korea entered a period of economic crisis after the fall of the Soviet Union.

After 1992 the building stood topped out, but without any windows or interior fittings. In 2008 construction resumed, and the exterior was completed in 2011. It was planned to open the hotel in 2012, the centenary of Kim Il-sung’s birth. A partial opening was announced for 2013, but cancelled. As of 2018, the building remains unopened and has been called the tallest unfinished and unoccupied building in the world.

The building consists of three wings, each measuring 100 metres (330 ft) long, 18 metres (59 ft) wide, and sloped at a 75‑degree angle, which converge at a common point to form a pinnacle. The building is topped by a truncated cone 40 metres (130 ft) wide, consisting of eight floors that are intended to rotate, topped by a further six static floors. The structure was originally intended to house five revolving restaurants, and either 3,000 or 7,665 guest rooms, according to different sources.

The plan for a large hotel was reportedly a Cold War response to the completion of the world’s tallest hotel, the Westin Stamford Hotel in Singapore, in 1986 by the South Korean company SsangYong Group.

Scheduled to open in June 1989 for the 13th World Festival of Youth and Students, problems with building methods and materials delayed completion. Had it opened on schedule, it would have surpassed the Westin Stamford Hotel to become the world’s tallest hotel, and would have been the seventh-tallest building in the world.

Japanese newspapers estimated the cost of construction was $750 million, consuming 2 percent of North Korea’s GDP. For over a decade, the unfinished building sat vacant and without windows, fixtures, or fittings, appearing as a massive concrete shell. According to Marcus Noland, in the late 1990s, the European Union Chamber of Commerce in Korea inspected the building and concluded that the structure was irreparable. Questions were raised regarding the quality of the building’s concrete and the alignment of its elevator shafts, which some sources said were “crooked”.

The halt in construction, the rumours of problems and the mystery about its future led foreign media sources to dub it “the worst building in the world”Hotel of Doom” and “Phantom Hotel”.

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In April 2008, after 16 years of inactivity, work on the building was restarted by the Egyptian company Orascom Group.

The firm, which had entered into a US$400 million deal with the North Korean government to build and run a 3G mobile phone network, said that their telecommunications deal was not directly related to the Ryugyong Hotel work.

Officials stated that the hotel would be completed by 2012, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the birth of the “Eternal President”, Kim Il-sung.
In July 2011, it was reported that the exterior work was complete.

Features that Orascom had installed include exterior glass panels and telecommunications antennae. In September 2012, photographs taken by Koryo Tours were released, showing the interior for the first time. There were few fixtures or furnishings.

In November 2012, international hotel operator Kempinski announced it would be running the hotel which was expected to partially open in mid‑2013. In March 2013, plans to open the hotel were suspended.
Kempinski clarified its earlier statements saying that only “initial discussions” had ever occurred, but that no agreement had been signed because “market entry is not currently possible”.

In late 2016 there were indications that work was resuming, and a report that a representative of Orascom had visited North Korea. In 2017 and early 2018, there were signs of work at the site, with access roads being constructed. In April 2018, it was reported that a large LED display featuring the North Korean flag had been added to the top of the building.

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St Mark’s Square…

Piazza San Marco (St Mark’s Square), is the principal public square of Venice, Italy, where it is generally known just as la Piazza (“the Square”). The Piazzetta (“little Piazza/Square”) is an extension of the Piazza towards the lagoon in its south east corner. The two spaces together form the social, religious and political centre of Venice and are commonly considered together. The Square is dominated at its eastern end by the great church of St Mark.

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Car Racing: In this part of the exhibition, visitors could build their own vehicle but also race it against all comers (Watching quietly from a distance, it was almost impossible to determine who was the most competitive; the kids or the adults!)

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryugyong_Hotel
Wikipedia / Ryugyong Hotel / North Korea

Wikipedia / Piazza San Marco / St Mark’s Square / Venice / Italy
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piazza_San_Marco

April 26, 2017

A Quick Trip Means Checking In Ahead Of Schedule…

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Himself and I arrived at the end of summer 2016 at the Hotel ’t Speulderbos of the Bilderberg Hotel chain, located in Garderen, a small town in the east of the Netherlands.

This was supposed to be a twenty year wedding anniversary gift to ourselves but it took until we were twenty-two and a half years married to get the opportunity to take it.

We left The Hague as soon as the kids got home from school on Friday night, dropping off the kids to their weekend lodgings on our way out.

Apart from a small delay with traffic around Delft, our trip was hassle free and quicker than we imagined it might have been.

The hotel is light, open, spacious and we have a room on the ground floor close to Reception, so getting around is easier.

We discover that we forgot there was an indoor swimming pool, so neglected to pack swimming costumes. Never mind. We check into our room and freshen up… after all this rushing around to get here, we are keen to get to the dining room before it closes and have a nice dinner together.

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Hotel ’t Speulderbos in Garderen / Bilderberg chain / The Veluwe / The Netherlands

November 4, 2015

De Zeven Heuvelen Hotel: The Hills Were Made When They Dug The Pool?

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At the beginning of January this year, I had another operation on my foot. This was done by one of Europe’s top foot surgeons in the city of Nijmegen on the other side of the Netherlands.

Looking for a hotel that would accommodate our family of four for the first night, and Himself and the kids for the nights I would be in hospital, plus our two friends and their toddler son was not at first easy.

On the list of essential requirements was an indoor swimming pool because I knew that if that wish was accomplished then all three kids would be happy and endlessly entertained, and as it turned out the pool turned out to be the highlight of their trip.

My daughter is training to be a lifeguard and my son, whilst not quite up to his sister’s standard still is a very confident swimmer, having passed the rigorous Dutch swimming diploma system. Both kids adore our friends son, so their toddler gained two personal assistants / playmates / entertainer in the pool and they played for literally hours on end in the water. This was even more perfect because our friend was expecting her second baby and said toddler still wasn’t always sleeping through the night so tired parents could keep a weather eye on proceedings without having to actually provide all of the entertainment.

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Only one hotel in the area had both an indoor swimming pool and two family rooms available for the dates we needed them, which is how we ended up at the “De Zeven Heuvelen Hotel” (The Seven Hills Hotel) in Groesbeek, about fifteen kilometers out of  Nijmegen.

Being New Zealand raised, I have to admit that I struggled to find one, let alone seven hills in the area, but I’ll assume that they are (or were) here somewhere and that I’m clearly more in need of new lenses than I thought I was.

The family room that we had was decently large, with a kitchenette so that Himself could cook pasta for the kids after the first night, and a second room of the main one that contained two single beds. The room that I booked for our friends was smaller (as requested) but I was horrified when I saw it in person (there were no photos on line) that it had a spiral staircase to access the mezzanine sleeping area upstairs.

The hotel had put a stair-gate at the bottom of the stairs but omitted to add one to the top, so our friends had be very careful when their toddler was upstairs, Luckily he was terrified of the stairs and kept well away.

I was also worried about my pregnant friend, spiral staircases not being easy to negotiate if she needed the lavatory downstairs during the night, but on the up-side they spent almost all of the “inside” time in our far larger room, and shared meals there too so it ended up not being an issue.

I certainly wouldn’t recommend this room for a family with very young children though, space is tight and those stairs are frightening. It’s a shame that there were no photographs showing this on the hotel website. Luckily the swimming pool was such a hit that little time was spent in the room,  and our (bigger) room was perfect for both families needs.

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Hotel & Bungalowpark de Zeven Heuvelen
Cranenburgsestraat 23b
6561 AM Groesbeek
Telefoon: 024 – 397 58 41
info@dezevenheuvelen.nl

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December 9, 2014

The Pool Is The Back-Up Plan, But Looks Like It’s Not Needed…

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In this archive post Family Kiwidutch have arrived at their destination for the moment: the Autenrieder Brauereigasthof hotel in the small southern German village of Ichenhausen.

Our accommodation is in a family room situated in a separate building some two hundred and fifty metres away from the main part of the hotel.

The room has it’s own en suite bathroom, bunk beds for the children and a double for Himself and I.

There are no cooking facilities  but there is a small table and chair area and the place is plenty big enough for what we need. We aim to be eating mostly in the hotel restaurant anyway so a cooking area isn’t a priority this trip and we will be spending a good amount of the day times of this holiday somewhere special close by. One of the reasons I choose this hotel is because it has an indoor swimming pool, an ideal backup for days where the weather may or may not be favourable and  should our daytime activities be less of a success. I needn’t have worried: not only was the pool a total success, so were our days out too.

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August 10, 2014

Patterns Woven Into Soap And Threads…

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During my visit to Hotel Des Roses in Platania, Greece, I not only get to see a soap making demonstration, I also get a look behind the scenes, or more accurately a smell behind the scenes with the ingredients.

Nikos grows his own organic ingredients and inside the workshop part of his soap making area are jars and jars of lavender, myrrh, poppyseed, bay-leaves etc.

The poppy seeds are a natural scrub agent and even shavings from the soap bars are kept and used for their infused perfume in little bags as wardrobe and drawer fresheners.

I also like the patterns that the clean lines and shadows made from the cut, stacked bars of soap that are waiting out their month drying time before they can be used. I find them to be rather photogenic and like the shapes.

These however are not the only eco-friendly activity on offer at the hotel, Nikos and his wife Yianna also offer their visitors the opportunity to try out their weaving skills on their loom. (Yes Lulu, I know you will love these photographs). I didn’t try it out myself but judging by the work in progress, someone else has been.

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http://www.peliondesroses.gr/desrosessoapactivities-en.pdf

January 1, 2014

A Delicious Breakfast, But Two Of Us Had Pizza And Bread Making On The Brain…

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Another post from my 2012 diary documenting the travels of Family Kiwidutch and adventures with visiting friend “Velvetine’ from Singapore.

We are in Vianden, In Luxembourg and after a lazy hour lay in after castle watching last night, Velvetine and I join Himself and the kids who all rose early and availed themselves of an early morning swim in the hotel’s swimming pool.

We head to breakfast together and is usual in many European countries, there is a cold buffet laid out with fruit, yoghurt, breads, cereals, cake, pasties, cheeses and a wide selection of cold meats.

The kids find the cake and croissants to their liking and having worked up and appetite from the swim, eat far more than they usually do (we have fussy kids who eat like mice, except if sweets were ever to be offered for breakfast, which to their consternation never are). After breakfast we head back to the rooms to pack our suitcases but Velvetine and I can’t resist taking a few more photographs of the castle. Then we spy an outdoor barbecue and kitchen in a garden overlooked by our balcony and can’t resist a photo of that since as fellow foodies, each who live with minuscule kitchens and no gardens we are more than a little envious of the arrangement we can see here.

As well as the grill we also see a pizza/bread oven and chat turns to how we would be making use of such a set up if ever we got the chance to own it. Then we have a laugh because of the ridiculous situation where it’s possible to make yourself feel hungry because you are talking about food even though you have just eaten a substantial breakfast.

Little Mr. and Kiwi Daughter have absconded from packing duties in the Family room and joined us to check out our room, trying each of the beds, checking the bathroom, balcony and generally letting us trip over them at every turn. (Needless to say it’s not rocket science why Himself didn’t chase them to pack and preferred to do it alone).

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December 30, 2013

Fine Dining Well Suited For The Ravenous…

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We are spending the evening at the Hotel Belle-Vue in Vianden, Luxembourg and after a day rushing around and not having eaten much we are all ravenously hungry.

Even Little Mr, the pickiest of eaters declares that he is looking forward to a big dinner.  We settle ourselves into the hotel restaurant and decide that we will start with an entrée (starter) as well as a main course.

There is an extensive salad bar but Kiwi Daughter got a little bit of a shock because quite a few of the salad vegetables (carrot, cucumber etc) were pickled, as is is the habit in this part of the world.

She did manage to find a few thing like lettuce that weren’t pickled but in the end settled with bread and maybe it was just as well because when her main course arrived it was a larger portion than she could handle anyway in spite of her hunger.Dinner was excellent,   The kids and Himself had pasta, I had shrimp, Velvetine had beef and I ended up sharing Kiwi Daughter’s schnitzel (she was thinking of Dutch meat portion sizes and was so hungry that she ordered it as well as he pasta, but as is want with kids, by the time it all arrived it was way too much for her to manage). We ate more than well (truth be told we stuffed ourselves) and the kids had to be patient and wait for an hour before they were allowed to go for an after dinner swim. Little Mr. dressed for dinner in that he dined in his knight’s tunic whilst Kiwi Daughter rolled her eyes at his sudden passion for all things medieval.

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December 29, 2013

Hotel Belle-Vue: With Beautiful Views Indeed…

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In continuation of yesterday’s post, we have arrived at Hotel Belle-Vue, in Vianden, Luxembourg.

Himself had secretly booked this hotel when he found out from the Mersch tourist office that there was a medieval festival in the town because he knew how much my kindred spirit Singaporean friend “Velvetine” and I would love to be here for it.

He even managed to find a hotel that had a swimming pool as a treat for Kiwi Daughter and Little Mr, and to cap it all off he insisted on taking the family room with the kids so that Velvetine and I could have the suite that had the balcony with the castle view.

The family room has three beds and a very large walk in shower,  whilst the suite has a separate shower as well as a jacuzzi style bath. (naturally we shared so the kids had a bath  and enjoyed the bubbles before bedtime). Being less close to the castle meant it was in a quiet, less busy area of town but the view out of the French doors leading off our suite was still impressive.  I was raised in New Zealand and Velvetine in Singapore, where of course there are no castles, but for Himself, bought up in Europe it was all nothing new so he looked at us excitedly gushing about the castle with sympathetic tolerance. I think he thinks he got the best deal because at least he won’t have to listen to my gushing enthusiasm all night.

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