Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Erica
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had a great stop off at De Hoge Veluwe national park where we borrowed some free white Dutch bikes, proper ones without brakes and went for a very enjoyable ride through the park. They are like riding grown up sized choppers. Also finally had some apple cake and went to a museum to get some culture, it was about animals living underground, not that cultural but ...
... 38 in a few days... We took a couple hours rest between 1 and 3 as it was too hot to cycle, we had lunch outside curtesy of another lidl we found and then had iced coffee in Starbucks to borrow their wifi. There were water fountains which children were playing in and Simon the only 'adult' also was having a splash. We then made our way to Düsseldorf which was mainly suburban but was nice and scenic ...
We had to have our suitcases outside our room at 6.45 this morning, as they were being taken up to Amsterdam separately. This was so we didn't have to manhandle them on and off the train ourselves, so it was worth the early start. We were on the Thalys high speed train (300 kph) in first class! Kevin and I had single seats facing each other across a table in the centre, so I managed to get the one facing forwards this time, and he had to go backwards again ;) ...
... out back and half of our group played soccer with Jolanda's sons. The food was great, I had some cherry beer with my meal. During the tour, Jolanda explained a lot about renting farms and feeding and such. Eventually, we had to leave, and we all whined. Jolanda told us if we were ever back in Holland that we could stay with her. She's friends with our professor.
After leaving her farm, we made our way to Dronten.
... when it comes to town planning. I frankly think it is brilliant. I'm not so keen on the bullish behaviour but to see whole families out on their bikes doing what every family does, was just great. They were all chatting together enjoying the outdoors while still getting around. The canals too are loosely based on a spoke and wheel construction. There are barges, boats, buses, trams and trains for public transport. Everyone was mobile and moving. When the canal tour was over we ...