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... the Dutch are wonderful and have absolutely no expectation that you will speak their language and converse happily and fluently in the Queen's own English! By the time we reached Kinderdijk the temperature was reaching the dizzy heights of 30° and we opted for the canal cruiser option rather than the drag yourself along the path beside the canal option!! The main reason for visiting this place is to see a collection of ...
... 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... ...
... 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 ...
... who told us what it was like then.
During WW11 "Operation Market Garden" took place near Nijmegen & Arnhem, the movie "A Bridge too Far" is based on this event. I guess I will have to get out the History Books & also watch this film when I am back home again.
We had a nice amount of time in Nijmegen as the ship was docked all day, so after lunch we were able to walk around the town & do some exploring. A great day.
... I fell in step with a hearing impaired woman, also called Suzannah. I'd been talking to her in the 40 minute wait for scanning queue. We chatted for a while in a mixture of languages before I left her behind at a toilet stop.
Lieve and Susanne gave me a wave from a grassy knoll as I passed them, not long afterwards. They were sitting comfortably, taking a break.I took my first break at 11 miles and I was surprised to be passed by the cluster of students, who had ...