Hampshire Hotel - Bon'Aparte
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a room right in the heart of the town. The streets are all cobble stone and the Main Street where we are staying allows no vehicles, just BIKES and walking people and did I mention BIKES! There are parking lots for bikes at train stations the size of a football field and they are filled with bikes. Such a quiet and relaxed pace here, compared to England. Roy got us in a bit of of a situation...when he asked the waiter if pig oysters that were on the ...
... 17th September 1944 Operation Market Garden commenced. It was the largest airborne drop in history and was centred on Arnhem. The objective was to capture the bridge at Arnhem amongst other bridges to enable the Allies to put Montgomery’s plan to bypass the Siegfried Line and attack the Ruhr in to action. Things did not go to plan as the Allies were not prepared for the conditions they encountered when the parachutists landed. They also encountered ...
... Sports and said should we go??? So we did! And a pair of Astros for Charlotte later (we left the €350 stick behind even though I did suggest Mr T try it for size, I think he thought if he tried it he might have to give in about playing hockey again next season). So tea what could we do that was very Dutch for tea? Pancake house it is then!!! Wow guess what we over ordered again either that or our stomachs have shrunk. ...
... and fairly close to the wash block. Unfortunately I have been struck down by the lurgy so from me there isn't much else to report as I went to bed and slept a mammoth sleep. Today it's stopped raining hurrah I am feeling a bit better (although I am a bit wobbly so will need to take it easy). Mr T and the kids have been exploring and found a swimming pool and small supermarket. The supermarket wasn't great so we are venturing off site! The nearby ...
... br> Well we only walked 3,000 steps today due to rain . We have been walking between 8,000 and 12,000 steps per day . We visited the ruins of a Castle from the Charlemagne era in the 8 th century. We also visited a WWII exhibit in an old monastery
Fiinished the day with a demonstration on silver smithing for the girls and the guys listened to the Captains lecture on Shipping