Hampshire Hotel - Bon'Aparte
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lunch in Arnhem itself was lovely, shops and markets. The only downfall about being here on the 11th July is that we missed Tegan's 19th birthday as parents we feel bad about that and as a child she knows how to make us feel a guilty, hahaha, Last night I got to meet some cousin's from my mum's side of the family which was lovely, we talked and laughed like we've always been ...
We had a great stop off at De Hoge Veluwe national park where we borrowed some free white Dutch bikes, proper ones without brakes and went for a very enjoyable ride through the park. They are like riding grown up sized choppers. Also finally had some apple cake and went to a museum to get some culture, it was about animals living underground, not that cultural but ...
A quick stop in Zwolle for lunch at Bagels and Beans which I thought was a huge chain that was everywhere but Kat informs me there are only 3 and we just happened to go to the right places. parking was an ****, everywhere only takes Maestro cards and the only places that take coins are a 1hr max or too low for the van, that's why the stop was so ...
... bit in between the two cities, again we made a shorter route but still by the Rhine for a lot of it. Turned out to be a very long day as the only campsite was at least another 7 miles past Düsseldorf hopefully making for a short day tomorrow, think we need to generally re do our schedule every day is a lot longer than originally planned! We are now sat in the campsite restaurant with German ...
... as necessary).
"Say Hello to the Danish on the left,
Say Hello to the Danish on the left,
Say Hello to the Danish,
Hello to the Danish,
Say Hello to the Danish on the left"
Of course, once they were half way past the group, they would change the song to
"Say Goodbye to the Danish on the left..."
Dutch humour was also in evidence. Every few miles there were toilets available. Usually these were nationalistic orange boxes with ...