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... than GP is capable of doing. Other than a couple of queues due to road works, we eventually arrived at the camp site only to find it closed until 19:00hrs; couldn't even get passed the barrier to set up.
Once the very 'enthusiastic' staff member arrived, we set up and settled down for the night after a BBQ and a few beers.
The 11 June saw ...
... about as high as it gets when driving. So back in Amsterdam and, in Victorian road trip terms slightly short of having reached Garvoc (now we are testing your Western District geography), we deposited the car and headed for the hotel for a well-earned beer! Who can resist a Belgian beer when staying in the Netherlands! Aren't they the same country?? Dinner tonight is booked for Samhoud Places Streetfood ... looking forward to ...
... over the years. It was really interesting and so well done. The idea of the museum is that you see everything that happens overground and then you go underground. So we followed the tunnel below ground and spent ages discovering the second fascinating displays. More creatures and lots of skulls and fossils, an exhibit on water and human use / waste of water and how the waterways get polluted. Fascinating stuff. Definitely worth a visit - fab for kids. We finished the tour ...
... came across a picture frame of our own and discovered they are showing exact locations / angles of Van Gogh paintings. There's a Van Gogh museum here which is the second biggest in the world (after Amsterdam) so it's a big deal! The frames are numbered so they obviously follow a guide / listing somewhere; very cool. We had a quick drink at the cafe then headed back to camp. The walk seemed a lot longer on the way back! We returned to the barrier ...
Wow! What a day! It was beautiful today, 70 and sunny. We had a good 8 hour sleep and had good coffee, meat, cheese and bread for breakfast. We figured out how to put the car in reverse (a little tricky) and set out for Uelsen, Germany. It was a beautiful drive over filled with sunshine, trees, and lots of bikers. When we arrived in Uelsen, we looked for steeples because we figured the church would be a good place to start looking for Masselinks. The church we ...