Appeldoorn'S Sunset Bay Resort
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... are the anchors with the amusement area in the center run by Nickelodeon Universe featuring a Log Chute, Coasters, and other extreme rides. I had not considered where I would park before I got there but very quickly discovered I needed to find an open lot rather than valet or the garage. The entrance nearest the area I found to park was closed ...
... nice but no trees for shade and it was very sunny. We went over to a small nearby town called Wehkon. We hung around there for awhile then came back and went to the grocery store before coming back to camp. We picked up a pizza which I baked in the oven and we ate outside. Hit the spot! Then a campfire with some other campers for company.
Wednesday we went kayaking again and it felt better. We went to a far corner of ...
We wake up around 6:30am and decide it's far too early to even consider getting out of bed so we roll back over and go to sleep. Our second time of waking up was now too late and it was around 9:30am, longest sleep in we’ve had in a while, but I soon realise why… I feel like ****! I am so hung over and had no idea how much wine I had actually drunk last night, until now. We stumble out, feel sorry for ourselves and join everyone else who were ...
We rise early and stumble out of bed at 6:30 and hit the showers first thing. We pack our things and head down for the hostel's complimentary breakfast. There are bagels, toast options, waffles, cereal, oatmeal, coffee and more. So we sit down and enjoy our breakfast. I notice this man who is trying to walk his coffee to his table, and is struggling big time and spilling it with every step, at that moment I realise he has a disability. We notice him walking ...
... a brand new bridge spanned the waterway. The Mississippi was just waking up in the predawn light as Surly and I arrived. As I stood watching the river flow, I reflected on how thankful I am to be on this journey. Every day is a lesson in self discovery as I explore the scenic byways, visit small towns and ...