Amadore Hotel Restaurant Arion
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Thu Jul 31
-we got up and were very happy to see a buffet style breakfast. No more multiple hour meal. The food was good and we stuffed ourselves accordingly for the ride ahead.
-we hopped on our bikes and went to the town we had visited …
Today was the day we would be cycling to Vlissingen, in English known as Flushing. Although we suspected that we were almost always the last cyclists to leave the hotel each morning, it was obvious on this day as only our bikes remained in the bike area!
On our way out, an older couple from Belgium were just about to get on their big Honda Gold Wing motorcycle. The woman asked us where we were from and she was delighted that we were biking to Bruges. ...
... and then a couple a very sad looking horses, one that did not look very healthy an his days looked limited the other one had a hind leg that was triple the size that is should have been.
The road seemed to go for ever, but the promise of seeing the North sea kept me going.After riding for a long time we eventually found a lady to ask for directions and then confirmed the beach was at the end of the road… it was just a long road. Eventually we came into the town ...
... Now you see me" at the cinema on board, had potential but got a bit silly then off to bed, this time we had a bottom bunk each :)
Docked in Hull and rode into a thunder storm, excellent, 5 mins on home soil and soaked already. Fortunately we outran the rain and had a fast if boring ride up the A1 and managed door to door in less than 2 hours. And that was it, all done :(
... lined squares. The cars weren't allowed into some areas so they were great places to walk. We had a yummy lunch with soup, fish and salads and the biggest pancakes ever!! :) We got some interesting lollies from Grandma's sweet shop (Sander made us try a traditional sweet treat that really looked and tasted like a stick!!) It was a really fun ...