Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Dinkeloord
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... with bacon and wild mushrooms. The mushrooms are a local treat that I have been meaning to have on other trips. They are tiny golden ones but to my mind not a lot of flavour. The meal however was very good in the comfortable dining room with stained glass windows. The hotel was full and the restaurant busy, a local tourist trade in our age group. A very good sleep. Nice and quiet and a good ...
... obvious and every major road has an entirely separate bike path running adjacent.
They even have bike path bins which are like goals into which you toss your rubbish as passing!
Put simply, the Netherlands from an infrastructure perspective is a great place to ride a bike!
The weather and the wind do however add a little challenge to what would otherwise be a bike rider's paradise!
A quick stop in Zwolle for lunch at Bagels and Beans which I thought was a huge chain that was everywhere but Kat informs me there are only 3 and we just happened to go to the right places. parking was an ****, everywhere only takes Maestro cards and the only places that take coins are a 1hr max or too low for the van, that's why the stop was so ...
It was the Navigator's turn to get the tea in the morning, but despite the alarm being on her side and going off twice at 0700hrs, she chose to ignore it. After some encouragement, she did get up. After the usual 2 hour get ready go...we entered the German Autobahn system and whilst we happily tootled along at 90KPH, the ever fast German drivers were going past ...
A VERY early start at 3:30am to make our flight from Dublin to Eindhoven in the Netherlands. We arrive and purchase an all day public transport ticket as we have a few different trains to catch to get to Emmen. After 4 changes we arrive (the train system is quite easy to figure out from the maps in the station) but we hadn't been able to contact Oma and let her know when we arrive as Sean's sim wasn't working properly. After a bit of dithering and discussion about ...