Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Duinoord
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... decided to commemorate our visit with a permanent addition to one of the local canal fences. We didn't have a padlock or chain handy, so we found a bit of bicycle chain and a zip tie and fashioned our own tribute to love. Who says romance is dead!
While around us plenty of folk seemed to be enjoying the local coffee houses (as you do in the Netherlands) we opted ...
... Bern) and our driver is Mario. Bern has asked us if we all have our passports with us and not in our suitcases , as we have to pass through French Customs on English soil in Dover before boarding the ferry.
The trip from London to Dover is appprox 1.5 hours, it is a shame it is a wet drizzly day :( but not too cold. Bern explained a bit about the trip and we just settled on for the drive. I did notice a service station on the highway with fuel prices of £1.26 so I ...
... we all found both odd and inconvenient!
The girls wanted to chill in the hotel room for a bit so Jamie and I had a little date across the street at Melly's Cookie Bar. Seriously....it's a cookie shop! Yummy! Don't worry....no funny stuff in these cookies! We had Carmel macchiatos and peanut butter cookies and a great chat!
This evening we went on what we all think is the best thing we've done so far.....a pizza dinner ...
... holding an umbrella or talking on a mobile phone... makes ordinary cyclists pretty ... well, ordinary!
When we turned up that night for the red light district tour, there were quite a few other people waiting for tours as well. One of the guides was Australian. Guess what tour he was taking? Yes, the pub crawl tour. And who was on it? Australians and New Zealanders!!
Of course we did the Heineken tour. I ...
... Finally we were warm again. After lunch we joined a canal cruise for an hour. The weather was now sunny and the canals sparkled, the buildings looked so colourful. There were people everywhere, sitting on the edge of the canals, little boats of all shapes and sizes dashed in different directions. Disappearing then reappearing from under the low narrow bridges. People in the boats having a wonderful time drinking and singing as they went past. Organised ...