The Netherlands' victorious World Cup squad moved in to their new hotel today -and were sent on their way by their clearly adoring wives and girlfriends.
Unlike England's World Cup team, Holland were not banned from seeing their WAGs during the tournament.
And, also unlike England's team, Holland have played brilliantly - and now have the Cup itself in their sights.
After knocking first the powerhouse Brazilian team out of the tournament, and then Uruguay in the semi-final, they are now due to meet either Germany or Spain in the final on Sunday.
It was not a result they had expected. The team only had reservations until July 5 at the Sandton Hilton in Johannesburg - probably because they did not believe they would make it to the last week of the tournament.
Now they have moved to the Sunnyside Park Hotel, where they were able to find accommodation while they bid to make history.
The English team had complained bitterly under manager Fabio Capello's disciplined World Cup regime - which included no WAGs for the duration of the tournament.
He made headlines with the decision, fearing a repeat of the WAGs' outrageous antics during England's failed 2006 campaign in Germany.
At the time he said: 'We’re going to South Africa to play, not for a holiday. If they don’t want to come for the day only, they should stay home.'
He allowed the players to visit with their families just days before their big showdown with Germany.