Hotel Restaurant Ritter'hoft
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Man, we were so tired today that we could barely drag ourselves out of bed. In fact I don't think we got up until about 11.00am. Lyndon and I did manage to leave the house to buy food but that was all. Being such a lazy day we even had time to go through all 300 TV stations to double check for English shows and what ...
... it a bit hard to truly enjoy as I was too busy panicking about what kind of drop was coming ….. but we didn’t really drop too fast at all which was a relief and a disappointment all mixed in. A good easy one to start with though.
Next we were headed to the rapids when we noticed that there was hardly any line for the Blue Fire Megacoaster so we decided to quickly jump on. Spencer said 'yeah, I’ll go on that one because it doesn’t do a ...
... get it. Never mind, if at first you don’t succeed try and try again.
I drove forward and then put the car into reverse for a second time, again checking the mirrors and this time also looking to Lyndon for guidance. The only thing was that he seemed to be motioning for me to turn the wheel the wrong way, he kept saying 'left hand down, left hand down’ which simply didn’t feel right so I chose to go it alone.
Bang! Oh ****, I ...
... to Spencer the technique I would use to throw him to the wolf, giving me a chance to run for my life. He was not impressed, perhaps because he thought there was actually a real chance that we might see a wolf. I told him not to worry, a wolf wouldn’t be interested in his boney body anyway. Again, not impressed!
We must have taken a wrong turn somewhere as there was no sign or Hansel, Gretel or the gingerbread house – obviously Lyndon was leading ...
... to go home. The campsite is right next door to a swimming lake but it is only small and packed. It has been so hot we haven’t moved from the shade all day. We have been sociable (I know, not like us at all!) and spoke to a Geordie couple. He plays the banjo and has a fine singing voice so he was entertaining his neighbours in the evenings. Tomorrow we leave Germany and head to ...