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... to Melick for Xmas
> Luxembourg (of course, I planned my visit on the one snow-day (2mm) which predictably knocked out the entire Dutch railway system)
> back to Rotterdam to check in with the dentist
> Amsterdam for new year's eve
> back to Rotterdam
> and back to Limboland.
Being used to Latvian transport prices now (7 euros for a 300-km bus trip), I ...
... restricted to 50 mph and between certain times and carriageways there is no overtaking, so that adds to the journey, but on the positive it is toll-free motoring for the time being. However, we arrived at our overnight stop, Camping Waldpark at Hohenstadt in rain and with an unseasonal 12 degrees on the thermometer, so we quickly pitched, put the heating on and had a hot meal. Shame really since others have reported that despite the proximity to the motorway it is ...
... tourists alike. We had quiche lorraine and hot chocolate. We passed on desserts - huge slices of cakes and tortes. The six-year old little girl sitting next to us, finished off her piece of cake and then finished her sister's piece as well. She then washed down the whole meal with a large hot chocolate - the same kind of "stick" hot chocolate that we first encountered a few days ...
... and went into the church founded by St Willibrorde who came over from Northumberland in 698, (perhaps to escape the English weather!)
For the past two days we have walking round Luxembourg’s City, both above and below ground. The below bit was the Bock casemates. These are vast underground ...
... the night before, I took a coach from Luton to Stansted on Saturday 18th to fly to the city of Eindhoven in the southern Netherlands where we watched the final of the Eurovision whilst being filmed for Dutch TV, where I was even interviewed on my views of the Dutch song.
The following day Roel and I made the trip to Luxembourg where awaiting us were ...