The unconditional love of a pet do more than keep us company when we travel. With the return to domestic and drive tourism, our pets can be precious companions that share our many memorable travel experiences.
Their presence can boost our mood and wellbeing, and they are our go-to companion of choice to explore, have fun and a furry warmer when reading a book. And best of all, they listen to every word we say and don’t answer back!
Koningin Astrid Boulevard 5, 2202 BK, Noordwijk aan Zee, Netherlands
At this most urgent of times, Alexa believes that each of us have the responsibility to act now to help keep our planet healthy for us and future generations. Knowing the positive and negative impacts of travel and the crisis of trust in our world, itmustbeNOW.com inform, inspire and empower travellers to use their spending power to drive global change and only support truly sustainable travel experiences.
Dogs sleep 14 – 16 hours per day and Hachiko has many sleeping positions. This one makes everyone laugh out loud!
We learned about the extra mile effort taken by the hotel to ensure the wellbeing of both guests and staff during Covid-19.
Summer days are long. The sun sets around 10pm and it was spectacular and dramatic.
We love the many ways the hotel gives back to the community. I Love My Pet service fee support Hulphond which help people with physical or mental care needs by providing an assistance dog.
This festive season, and whenever you travel, choose a different way to give.
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