Atlanta Hotel Rheinpark Rees
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The past few days have been pretty relaxing. We have been hanging out around town, visiting family, and paddle boating. In town, the farmers market was going on, so we went around there. The family we visited live in Munster. They are my grandmother's sisters and families. I ...
... and manikins. This year the theme was Food. There was a tree full of kitchenware, soft toys being cooked, a walking buffet and a chef on a pole in the sky. I had an appropriate diabetic moment in the midst of all the food decorations and we had to stop for an early lunch.
Not much further on, I screeched to a halt as my little toenail complained that it was coming loose. I padded it with cotton wool from my visit to Bob ...
The third day of the march is called the seven hills walk. I have never actually managed to count the hills, partly because most of them only constitute gentle slopes and partly because there are about 9 gentle slopes and two minor uphills that could realistically be described as hills. It is a problem to know which qualify and which do not.
I made decent progress until about 8 miles, when I stopped for a break. A French marine in a wheelchair raced past me and ...
... costumes. I liked the shaven headed dude with frilly pink tassles on his cut off jeans. I liked the two men dressed as flowers in matching green lycra body-suits and pink petals around their faces, although they wouldn't wait for me to take a photo. Reina walked wearing a pair of fluffy playboy bunny ears, as last year, but there were lots of entertaining head accessories: I saw a boy with a flamingo on his head; a man with a hard-hat decorated with a feather boa; and some ...
... walkers trying to get an early start with a later start ticket and then blocking the exit for the rest of us when they were denied, Lieve, Susanne and I managed to get through in about 15 minutes. I limped off into the distance.
I paced myself for 25 miles, not realising this final day would be closer to 29 miles (45km). Despite the pain, I tried to catch up with two girls carrying a Chinese flag. Those of you who know me, will know I've ...