Landgoed Ehzerwold Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Had a great travel day. Started off leaving Blackpool at 8:40 and ended at 7-ish in Deventer, Netherlands! Holy ****, this place is beautiful. Lots of trees and lush green grass, the cows & sheep are hog fat! Little bit of learning curve and language barrier, had no idea what the train conductor was announcing, but we made it here anyways! I'm pleasantly surprised by how many people speak english here. Deventer is a really cool little place. I lucked out ...
... Gate, the Reichstag and of course the site of Hitler’s Bunker – where he committed suicide, with his new wife Eva Braun, on 30th April 1944. We have visited all of these sites before – but what else would you do in Berlin for the afternoon? Well, we did sit and have a beer as well!
One thing we did visit for the first time was a Memorial to the Sinti and Roma of Europe murdered under the National Socialist regime. It ...
... cheese and it was lovely. I nearly bought a pair of clogs for the garden- but will make do with crocks! We then headed down memory lane and stopped off at Special Sports. It was part of the annual event in EuroTour days so we went and had a look. Charlotte walked out with some new Astros. I put down the €380 stick despite Mrs T trying to get me to try it out. The Minion socks were left behind!!! And then off to a pancake house ...
... This time, I decided I would get the blisters treated early. As I mentioned before I was carrying a lot more weight this time, hence prevention of damage was important. So, around 10 miles, I took a break at the Rode Kreuz and an Englishman called Bob patched up my left foot with layers of plasters, and gave me some cotton wool for the other foot as padding.
A few mile further on, I fell into conversation ...
... no headwind and for a section we wore just our tshirts with pants to of course! But it has been weeks since my arms have seen the light of day. Perfect! The start of our day began with a visit to the town of kleve. We had arrived lateish last night so we didn't really feel like going out again, especially considering the semi complicated security system at the hostel. The main town square was very pretty. In the middle stood a fountain with a statue of a goose trying ...