Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Rooland
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Freak weather of the stinking hot variety is uncomfortable for expatriate Australians but extreme for local Dutch people. We are now in the fourth day (it's now the 4th of July) of this and we are reduced to dishrags it is so debilitating. For some light relief I'll take a personal ...
... 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 ...
... for good photos though! We found our campsite about half 6 but although we we're told the campsite had a cafe we were later told their kitchen was broken... So back on the bike and an extra 6 miles into Xanten to buy dinner very tired now!! Simon went for a dip in the 'lake' and enjoyed his first German beer of the holiday and also had time to give the bike some TLC. Miles: 57 ( and 6 extra for dinner) campsite: 17 ...
... about our lit teacher, Chetwynd. He's got some great, entertaining quotes, although a bit inappropriate and out of context. Enjoy: http://chetwyndisms.tumblr.com/
Also - my snake needs a name. Any suggestions? I wanted something Dutch and/or related to Nijmegen, but no luck. Help!
TBS & Nijmegen:
... to see some very early models from different countries including UK right up to fairly modern. There were lots of famous car and motorbike names on the bikes as the Companies started with bikes and then motorised bikes, then on to cars. The inventive minds that went into the design and build, Victorian and Edwardian ladies must have demanded a bike to accommodate their dresses. There were Dutch, English, French and Italian bikes to see like ...