Herberg de Waard van Ternaard
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I still wanted to go up and see the view from there. I walked towards the entrance and noticed the giant led-televisions screens everyone was holding up so that they could all take the same picture which also can just be simply found on Google. I looked for a second to the show at the middle of the square, people were dressed in what they said 'authentic' clothes and tourist could take a photo with them in exchange of a ridiculously ...
... Anyway, I got back to the campsite and tugged at the bed as hard as a could but it would not budge. So, to get some air I opened the window... And broke the clip so the window wouldn't close. That was that! I clearly was making matters worse, so decided to leave it all and just take some time to chill out. I cracked open a very special bottle of wine from some very special friends (you know who you are :)) and did some maintenance chores instead. Takin advantage of the free running ...
... do properly).
Thanks to our airbnb host's directions, we arrived in Harlingen without much difficulty. I was glad I had watched an old YouTube video of the building of the dikes in Holland because it gave me a lot more appreciation for what I was seeing. What a testament to what people can accomplish! The video also describes some of the horrors that the Dutch had to go through and it is quite moving. Here is the link for ...
... for a barbeque with a western theme. We had very silly costumes - an inflated horse with legs hanging over so it looked as though we were riding!
Then Jim appeared in the same! Everyone had dressed up except Eileen & he had to 'drink some forfeits'. The evening was a riot (not least because Steve had bought some 11.5% beer) & ended in the early hours.
None of us were very bright this morning, Steve especially wasn't firing on ...
... parade), Fete de la Musique (a free music festival on the streets of Berlin) and the World Cup (Germany was playing, so you can imagine!) So I headed out to the U-bahn where the parade was starting, (beer in hand, of course!) and happened upon a HUUUUUGE crowd, it was really ridiculous. Its in situations like this that I know, I must make a new friend. I think it is truly a survival tactic solo travelers develop over the course of their journey. So ...