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We'd decided that Lucy should have a turn to pick what to do and a lucky spot of a wild life park sign and a quick google search saw us going to the zoo!
Amazing, only €10 each got us in to the park and you could have easily spent days walking round. We saw tigers, bears and wolfs. We fed alpacas, two horned unicorns and bisons. Neil got butted by a ram and then we witnessed a reindeer giving birth and all this before lunch. ...
... climb the church tower (280 steps) which gave great views over the town and surrounding land. (In Amsterdam you pay €7.50 to climb the Westerkerk church tower!)
All in all a pleasant, picturesque town, with affordable cafes and parking and friendly people, though most visitors were a bit old. Made me feel so young!
... on the Friday evening.
Went to the Hufeland thermen / spa resort the whole Saturday. A bit weird to have two separate areas, with and without swimming gear. A bit of a hassle.
Also a shame they don't have service / waiters at the seats and the beds, like in many Dutch spa resorts, and which makes it feel like the ultimate luxury. Had to go fetch your own drinks and snacks at a canteen-like bar and could only ...
... distance within the time allowed, and also managed to pick up two rings, while they undertook some other training and preparation as well.
After the swimming lesson we went to Susan and Jamie's house for lunch, which Susan prepared for us. We had (turkey) schnitzel, bread and salad, and it was impressive to also be able to see Jamie’s room with all his lego constructions, toys and posters – all extremely ...
... having to do the man thing and lift up high on the racks above. The only bad thing about the train is that the windows were dirty and photos look blurred. We raced past solar farms which are arrays of solar panels set up in rows on fields. They don’t require much maintenance, are artificially subsidised and electricity prices in Germany are maintained at artificially high levels to cover their cost. So all ...
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