Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Hellendoorn
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- Non-smoking rooms
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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 ...
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 ...
... back to camp a longer route on the bike paths to see a bit more of the park. It was a fab ride, we covered 10.5 miles in total so a good leg stretch. We saw a few different bits of landscape and also rode past the Jachthuis St Hubertus where the founders of the park (Kröller-Müllers) originally lived (along with a couple more Van Goghs). Prego was pleased to see us when we get back. We made up some sandwiches and left De Hoge Veluwe for the next location... ...
... we could camp and gave us an A4 info sheet but said we had to go back at 7 to pay. "You don't want to talk to me do you?!" "No!" We chose our pitch (16) and set off for a walk to the main area where there's the Visitors' Centre and the Museonder. It's 5km to the centre but nice and flat. We discovered from a distance an odd wooden picture frame in the ground and a couple pulled over taking photos of it / through it. "Weirdos" we thought. ...