Hotel De Zon
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... ways to get out of the washing up! When I went back to get the washing some Dutch ladies had finished it and dried it for us which was very nice, maybe this fainting thing was a good tactic after all. Decided to move on after 2 nights as the site was a bit noisy, especially the miserable Scottish folk next to us, they should have their T5 taken away ...
It was the Navigator's turn to get the tea in the morning, but despite the alarm being on her side and going off twice at 0700hrs, she chose to ignore it. After some encouragement, she did get up. After the usual 2 hour get ready go...we entered the German Autobahn system and whilst we happily tootled along at 90KPH, the ever fast German drivers were going past ...
As Holland's King's Day was fast approaching, we decided to stop for 3 days at a glorious camp site in a small town called Heetveld. We explored the local area by bike clocking up a good few Km; didn't help that one of the e-bikes decided to give up the ghost on one of our trips - the Navigator had to cycle back in head wind unassisted for about 20Km...good fun to watch and no we couldn't swap bikes as the Driver's was too high ...
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 ...
... a dirt floor, and they practice using the equipment in the indoor field often. It was my first time seeing a potato harvester. Near this barn, we met some students who were in the truck pulling club. They were building a pickup truck to use for contest, similar to tractor pulls.
After the farm tour, Jennie and I had to leave to go home with our homestay student, Mark. We were missing another farm visit, but got to start our homestay early.