Cameo Hotel Copdock
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... lot of people trying to talk German to us we must look very Germanic , we carried on getting a bit lost in Nieuwegin and missed seeing the worlds oldest canal lock (sorry dad/Jeremy!) And stopped for lunch in Wijk bij Duurstede next to the worlds only drive through windmill, it's getting very hot but nice and breezy while cycling. During the afternoon the route took us through some woods and a bit of off road action which was great fun although ...
... We had lunch in a local cafe and borrowed mc Donald's wifi to google translate our menu, only mistake was forgetting that 'chips' means crisps...not as good! In the afternoon we got a bit lost but had a break outside a church and a Good Samaritan helped us find our way turned out we needed to get a ferry across the river, however got off at the wrong stop so missed seeing ...
... out nice and sunny, but clouded over. Still - it did not rain and that's a good thing. The country side was lovely, but the most interesting part was the big port at Felixstowe, which is one of the largest ports in Europe. Even though it was Sunday, cargo was being loaded and unloaded from container ships. ...
... and traffic as it was a public bank holiday long weekend, sure glad when we reached the M Roads and journey North to Ipswich and a night at a new Travelodge motel for $30 a night try to get that in Australia. Walking around the waterfront that night revealed much inactivity in the building area with a major waterfront project stalled since 2009. Still a very nice waterfront.We went into Flexistowe for a Fish'N'Chips dinner on the waterfront. Next morning ...
... George the third byt the grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King Defender of the Faith about the hour of twelve in the night of the same day with force and arms at the Parish aforesaid in the County aforesaid the dwelling house of William Ellis there setabout(?) feloniously and burglariously did break and enter and one cloak of the value of two pounds fifteen shillings and one pistol of the value ...