Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Rooland
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After a relaxing evening in the outskirts of Breda, we made our way South East to Roermond; a very beautiful little city which sits neatly between Belgium and Germany. The over cast conditions made the cycle itself really easy. As we had dicovered on Sunday, Holland continued to remain such a calm, clean place (which seems entirely to be built around the cyclists). It was as though everything ...
... not good on a full stomach. No.3 George and the Dragon this is a ride were there are to rollercoasters side by side and they race each other, blue is water and red is fire and for some reason fire always won. No.4 Piraņa this is a water ride were you are on a like a rubber biscuit thing with seats and go down rapids and there are indian statues that shoot water at you. That night we had Chinese for dinner at Miriam and ...
... into flour. In the afternoon all our cousins and uncles and aunties came to visit us. There were about 20 of them and I played with my cousin Tim who was 12 years old. We played games, puzzles and took my new remote control car for a go in the back yard. I was a bit reckless and broke off one of the wing mirrors so need to hunt for glue to put it back on. In the evening we played up and down the river (cards) with Uncle Ge, Aunty Cissi and Miriam's (my cousin) family. Yari won.
... tooted their horns at the mass of hikers.
The next town was Linden. Linden decorates its gardens with a theme every year, but the nature of the theme is a closely guarded secret until the actual day. This year the theme was Kings and Queens and so there were crowns and royalty and pictures of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima everywhere. There was one garden booming out Elvis music, but the dummy in the Elvis costume, rather disturbingly, had ...
... I'm used to - "help back!" "man!" "up!" - were obviously in Dutch. They are all very talented, but it certainly wasn't professional level. Neils was injured and so not playing, but one of the boys who works in our dining hall, Mijase (sp), was a forward. It was very cold, we found an adorable and distracting Sharpei puppy named Blue, we got pointed out as "the Americans", and we left when we thought the game was ...