Landhotel 't Elshuys
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... Converted from an old cow shed for some coffee and a bread, cheeses and meats platter. Aimee was congratulated by the waitress for how good she spoke Dutch. She must be a natural. The next day we decided to take it easy on the sightseeing and borrow Oma and Iwans bikes for the day. No need for helmets over here so Aimee is happy to come (she has a weird thing about stuff on her head) We head off into the forest and have a great time navigating around the ...
... of schnitzel you would like. I really enjoyed Schnitzelburg, so much in fact that after polishing off my schnitzel I helped the girls to finish off theirs. I'm not sure if it is the schnitzel, or if it is the sausage (from the pig), or if it is the beer but I seem to have picked up a slight ailment since we have been in Germany, I believe it is known as German Gut. We may have to do some strenuous bike rides on the flatlands of the Netherlands to help me get over this ...
... the good old times, that shop personnel wouldn't bother too much and stuck to a simple Goedemorgen (good morning) and Tot ziens (see you later). They couldn’t care less about your day. Of course, they still don’t care, and I guess I better get used to the new ways of the old world. It could be worse.
At least the streets in Deventer have been festively decorated to greet summer (hence the umbrellas).Oh, enjoy the rest of your day-- Prettige dag verder!
The coach trip to Berlin was a short but *******e. Lia, Nim and I were all running on one hour sleep so took the three hour couch journey as an opportunity to catch up on some well deserved sleep. The seats were surprisingly comfy and the coach surprisingly empty so we each claimed two seats to spread out on. I awoke just as the coach was pulling into Berlin's outer suburbs and immediately noticed the difference in atmosphere to Hamburg. Berlin's apartment blocks are all covered ...
... have flags out and dress up in
anything orange. Even busts of long forgotten local celebrities can be dressed
up in order to express their posthumous support for the national soccer team.