Hotel De Wiemsel
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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 ...
... 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... ...
... back was a bit more adventurous as we hitchhiked back. We got three great rides from three really great people. Our last ride was a guy with his younger sister, his last name was also Vanderpyl (Rachel's last name) which was kind of cool. He took us out of his way to drop us off again at the train station so we could get our bikes. So nice and generous of him! One day on our way biking back from town we saw a cow sitting on its butt. I mean seriously this ...
... Enschede town centre; a very busy and pleasant place; even the Navigator managed to buy 2 bikinis! Even managed to persuade her to get into the heated pool on the site. However, it wasn't heated enough for liking so the experience was short lived...hey ho!
An evening cycle and then packed, ready for the off to meet Adam and Josie near Brugge tomorrow.
... was slightly sunny when we had arrived so he didn't take his jersey with him ... What a mistake that was, he very nearly froze. Our next visit was to a lovely village by the name of Old Aalden which we wandered around for a few hours checking out all the houses with thatch roofs (a very costly product in today's day and age) some farm animals and even a stalks nest although there were no stalks to be seen. We finished our nice country foray with a stop at a ...