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Last night we shared our campsite with the lesbian society of Germany (they had flags), however they weren't the problem the odd couple pitched next to us were snoring louder than a Boeing 747 so we decided to spend most of the night sleeping outside our tent due to the extreme snorers also the 30 degree heat which didn't seem to drop until about 2am. This led to an early start which turned out to be ...
We weren't being cooked alive this morning which was a treat due to some excellent pine trees (I have no idea what trees they were really) covering our patch of tent until 8.30. So we had a 'lie in' and cologne or koln as the Germans call it was in sight a mere 19 miles to cologne before lunchtime was the plan. We found our way easily and followed the eurovelo 15 signs which we have been following all the way, ( probably should of metioned before now) not quite as good as ...
Rhyne valley to Edam for a bike ride today. Also watched how clogs and the famous Edam cheese is made.Then heading to Amsterdam to become a spacecadet. Smoked a joint with everyone for the first time in over 10 years which was fun. Had a few drinks and watched a sex show. Got drunk and had one hour sleep ...
... you need and induction cook top. How can a hostel be so amazing?
So we walked around and at 6pm we decided to go on a walking tour. We met and saw a few others also waiting… there was no tour guide that showed up.
So we went and got some dinner. We went to the super market and cooked some Mexican. How could we not use the amazing facilities.
We then went to bed.
Wednesday 17th ...
... are post war as the city was largely flattened. The streets are narrow but quite picturesque & we found a Vietnamese restaurant & St Martin’s church, a gothic one restored in the 1980s & with Roman ruins in the crypt showing how it was built on the site of a huge Roman warehouse complex.
After some refreshment in a cafe on a square, we walked up to the Wallraf-Richartz Museum to get out of very light ...