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... 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.
... back to camp a longer route on the bike paths to see a bit more of the park. It was a fab ride, we covered 10.5 miles in total so a good leg stretch. We saw a few different bits of landscape and also rode past the Jachthuis St Hubertus where the founders of the park (Kröller-Müllers) originally lived (along with a couple more Van Goghs). Prego was pleased to see us when we get back. We made up some sandwiches and left De Hoge Veluwe for the next location... ...
We got packed up and set off by 11ish (would have been earlier if last night's laundry had actually been "dried" by the drier!) We had to wait for reception to open, buy another token and then wait for the cycle... Annoying. You can't book at the National Park campsite so we wanted to arrive relatively early. We had a good run to De Hoge Veluwe, Hoenderloo entrance. There was a very odd (but extremely friendly and smiley) guy at the barrier ...
... on their annoying 2 stroke Gnat noise making mopeds - it wasn't just for an hour, it started at 20:30 on Sunday night and the last one finally shut up at 08:30 on Monday morning. To say it was annoying is a great understatement. How the locals put up with it we don't know. The parents must be so proud of them! Even the locals said it was the worst they have had....It makes it impossible to get a good night sleep on that night.
Today we headed out looking for Het Loo which is the castle belonging to the Dutch royal family. The main castle has been turned into a museum although one Princess and her family live in a cottage on the grounds that is not accessible by the public. Up until a few years ago they did in fact live in one of the wings of the castle. The first building we came to was the stables, which still had two horses living in it. Each room had ...