Hampshire Hotel - Ahaus
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hills and mountains. Private homes looking so pretty, a church crossed with a hotel where the priest served the beer, castles in middle of river and huge cruise boats heading in both directions. Auto and are great highways except when blocked so then all lanes with massive amounts of trucks crawling along. Added an hour to our trip to trip to Wurzburg for the ...
... some of her land today, she knew all kinds of trees and plants, and it was very fascinating as she pointed them out to us.
Another great part about this farm is the strawberry patch. The strawberries grow so thick and are so unbelievably sweet! There are times between lunch and supper that Rachel and I get a bit hungry and sneak on over to the strawberry patch. We george ourselves with strawberries and contentedly and innocently return to the house. Maybe not so innocently... ...
... all come from the farm, and they drink it almost 24/7) work till 1:30, lunch time... This is the place on which I have the most difficulty here at the farm, waiting from 8:30 to 1:30 to eat!!! That is five hours! I last about two, and then I feel like I am starving. My blood sugar drops, and my head starts to pound, and I feel weak all over. It is not super fun. Finally at one point we biked into town and I was able to buy some snacks. Now at the 11:00 ...
... than GP is capable of doing. Other than a couple of queues due to road works, we eventually arrived at the camp site only to find it closed until 19:00hrs; couldn't even get passed the barrier to set up.
Once the very 'enthusiastic' staff member arrived, we set up and settled down for the night after a BBQ and a few beers.
The 11 June saw ...
... decided to take his advice and follow an alternative route and as we crossed the motorway further down the line and we could see the miles of traffic not moving we knew it was the right decision. We wound our way through rural Germany for a while before getting back on the motorway and carrying on. We needed to stop for some lunch and we hit a little more traffic near a rest area so we pulled in and could see the cause of the traffic, an accident on the other side of the ...