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... 2 hours - and the little villages through Germany are lovely. No photos today as we have just been on the train. However I have to document Gary's automatic flushing toilet incident yesterday. He went to the loo at Milan and had to sit down but as soon as he did the toilet started to flush. Every time he moved it flushed again. His private region got a nice, refreshing wash with lovely toilet water. He ...
... it, it had to be pancaked!
Next morning, cleaned out the loo and water containers and tidied up for the ferry. Thankfully check out time was 12:00 so we were on our relaxed way to IJmuiden lead again by Tom Tom (we use the flight controller voice because he always gives pilots discretion on any directions and reminds us to "watch for traffic as you clear the highway") plus it's not a nagging voice...
... The military walkers walk in their work uniform (camouflage) and have to wear boots. Civilian walkers can wear whatever they want – we’ve seen people walking in wooden clogs! Anyway, your feet swell and you get hot spots, blisters, heat rash… and tomorrow you can do it all over again! It is sounding fun yet?
BUT, at the end of 4 days of torture, when you are successful, you are given a medal. Everyone gets the same sort ...
... in as this in the part we will be on if we are to go to Berlin and it was flowing extremely fast as the channel markers were leaning. The speed the big barges were travelling downstream must have 15-20 knots and upstream they seemed to be like snails in comparison. We will have to take advice before making final decisions and leaving.
We traced our way along the river to a castle remains near the bridge where we found a ...
... 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 ...
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