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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 ...
... 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... ...
... and got delightful girl who was most helpful. It was mega pricey (43 Euros for just one night) but we knew it would be that much and were confident it would be worth the spend. There are loads of campsites on the outskirts of the Park but we wanted the experience of actually staying within the fences. Dinner was tasty bbq with citronella! Jon cooked as I wrote some postcards. We watched Blindside the movie after dins. It was very teary but a great ...
... drawn carriages or cars on display. The tack room was pretty cool. After a 10 minute stroll down a tree lined road way we came to the castle itself. It was huge. When we went into the castle we hired some audio commentary headphones which told us about the history of each room as we went through it. We went through 32 rooms in total. On the audio there was the main history and then some extra bits with more details about one specific ...
... the Netherlands so it is not celebrated in Amsterdam or Apeldoorn. I hadn't heard anything about it but when we got to Eindhoven I could see straight away how big it was. Literally everyone was involved and dressed up in the streets, kids, parents, even grandparents all celebrating together. We found a place to watch the parade and it started soon after. The floats were huge, so much music pumping and everyone dancing and dressed up. It all looked like so much fun! After the ...