Hampshire Hotel - Ahaus
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... with bacon and wild mushrooms. The mushrooms are a local treat that I have been meaning to have on other trips. They are tiny golden ones but to my mind not a lot of flavour. The meal however was very good in the comfortable dining room with stained glass windows. The hotel was full and the restaurant busy, a local tourist trade in our age group. A very good sleep. Nice and quiet and a good ...
... excited to meet my little cousin, Theo. Today, we went to Haltern. You may have heard of city because of the exchange students from this town who passed away in the German Wings plane crash earlier this year. We went paddle boating along the stream. It was a relaxing ...
An early start to head out of the Netherlands into Germany on a beautiful sunny day. In the city of Cologne crossing the River Rhine 12000km , a major trade artery for Germany. Castles everywhere! 4711 cologne invented here in 17th century. Arrived in the beautiful riverside village of Boppard the centre of the mid Rhine area! Postcard picture perfect!! ...
... light and fluffy. (That is not to say anything about how we acquired the olliebollen which was sitting innocently half-eaten on a table waiting for us; don't worry, it was still warm and fresh!) We also bought chunk of aged cheese, which was absolutely amazing. We have delighted in it many times since then. Near the end of the afternoon we decided it was time for some ice cream! Eating organic all the time can be just a little much, so we bought a liter of ice cream at a ...
... back was a bit more adventurous as we hitchhiked back. We got three great rides from three really great people. Our last ride was a guy with his younger sister, his last name was also Vanderpyl (Rachel's last name) which was kind of cool. He took us out of his way to drop us off again at the train station so we could get our bikes. So nice and generous of him! One day on our way biking back from town we saw a cow sitting on its butt. I mean seriously this ...