Hotel De Zeeuwse Stromen
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... of the area and the earlier floods that necessitated the works. There was also a great dolphin / whale info display in a building... in the shape of a whale! The kids played in the fun outdoor water playground and went on the rafts ...
... good in stopping the leak. We went for a quick walk in the morning to look at clocks and buy umbrellas - Phoebe got one which turned her into a right menace walking along the pavement. The afternoon cleared up and we went to see the waterfalls Triburg is also known for, the biggest in Germany. We've added them to our waterfall tally which must be approaching double figures by now.
The weather had turned lovely again and the highlight of ...
... we found out that many of the bike ways we were considering were under construction.
-we went on the walking tour of Dordrecht. It was ok but the walking tour tried to take us through shopping centers rather than pretty wharf areas.
-we made our own way and even peeked in on the church.
Gary and John went to visit their friend Rob who is very sick with cancer. I caught the Metro to Rotterdam Centraal to activate the Eurail tickets and book our tickets to Munich. We catch the 10am train from Rotterdam to Utrecht and then into Germany on Sunday. Then i walked into the city and visited the Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition before catching the Metro home from ...
... en Rust, next to this place was a deer park and despite the rain I went to have a look. There were cute bunnies, goats, guinea-pigs, giant rabbits and sheep inside a farm building. Deer were outside in the rain. I stepped into the rabbit cage, picked one up, cuddled it, and put it back. Then the lady walked in and Papa asked if we could pick them up. She said no sorry you can't pick them up. Papa and I looked ...