Linge Hotel Elst
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cute and fury beavers that glide across the Rhein. This tour provides enough stimulation and interest to keep teens interested from day one til the second they leave, and could say without a doubt this tour would affect their future plans to incorporate environmental and wildlife preservation into their lives. I know that this is something I would definitely like to replicate once I get back to Australia. I never thought such a level of achievement ...
... was certainly "Walk like an Egyptian" and "Walking on Sunshine", but also something that looked like "Teddy Bear's Picnic", and others I couldn't identify,so who knows.
It was maybe 35C, so warmer than last year. The military were excused carrying the 10kg weight, and everyone started a quarter of an hour earlier (big deal). Lots of people had hosepipes spraying, although not everyone gave you the choice about how wet you got. I feared for my phone ...
... corner as I walked past, but there was an excellent bubble machine someone had set up in the street. the walkers had to hike through a fairytale atmosphere to get to the finish line.
I pulled an early night and crashed before 9pm. The news showed that an aeroplane with a couple of hundred Dutch on board had been shot down over Ukranian airspace. The country was in shock.
... I'm an honorary Canadian by marriage so I thought i could get away with it.
The second leg, in between breaks, took me up to 15 miles and it was getting warmer. I got slower. After the second break I got to the point where people were patting me on the shoulder and saying 'Je kan het, m'vrouw!' I didn't feel that bad, but I was moving slowly. At 20 miles, I sat and had a good rest, plus some lunch and ibuprofen and it all went a bit better after ...
I had a late ticket, which meant getting up at 5.15am (4.15am if you are working on English time). This was a bit of a shock to the system and interrupted a dream where I'd been delivering obscure lost property to isolated farmhouses, situated down rutted farm tracks. I think my last delivery was to Mrs Savage, the deputy head of St Wulstans Primary School. I brought her a ragged facecloth she'd lost. Then, as my alarm ...