Hampshire Hotel - Bon'Aparte
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It was the Navigator's turn to get the tea in the morning, but despite the alarm being on her side and going off twice at 0700hrs, she chose to ignore it. After some encouragement, she did get up. After the usual 2 hour get ready go...we entered the German Autobahn system and whilst we happily tootled along at 90KPH, the ever fast German drivers were going past ...
... the Dutch are wonderful and have absolutely no expectation that you will speak their language and converse happily and fluently in the Queen's own English! By the time we reached Kinderdijk the temperature was reaching the dizzy heights of 30° and we opted for the canal cruiser option rather than the drag yourself along the path beside the canal option!! The main reason for visiting this place is to see a collection of ...
We were up early to walk Prego as she was being left cosy in the van whilst we cycled to the Museonder for a quick browse. A great cycle down and then into the museum. We entered just as a group of kids on a school trip did. Probably Year 1-2 ish (5-7 year olds). They were very sweet but oh so noisy. They completely took over and the teachers had absolutely no control over them. Nonetheless, we wandered round looking at all of the stuffed wildlife and reading about how the park ...
... the cemetery, the remembrance ceremony recognized the sacrifices of Canadians as well as the legacy of appreciating the freedoms those WWII soldiers died defending. After the ceremony, the students were able to locate the headstones of the soldiers who had been assigned to them. It was a very visceral and emotional day.
We transferred to the hotel and will be up for the national liberation parade in Wageningen ...
... causing one walker near me to comment: Het is druk voor de kerk! (It's busy at the church!)
When the soldiers turned off, I had some time to myself with my music. Damh the Bard sang about the fields of England and I felt proud to be a Daughter of Robin Hood for a moment. Ironically, Nick has an ancestor with that name, so the connection is closer that you might think!
I took a break around the half way point. It was very warm and although I kept drinking, ...