Parkhotel Horst - Hampshire Classic
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to the Netherlands.
It's doing surprisingly well as far as I could tell. I ended up in there on a cheap t shirt spree. Most of the clothes I packed were shirts and jeans ready for the likes of the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi where shorts are banned owing to the locals objecting to tourists running around their worship centre dressed in underwear. It quickly became obvious though, just in Eindhoven's ...
... staggering! It's a genuine fairytale world. Sadly as in most fairytales it's extremely anti-wolf which is a bit tiring after a while. Places like Eftelling should realise they have a sense of responsibility towards their younger guests and promoting a wolf friendly atmosphere. One particular house in the middle of the Sprookjesbos has a group of dwarves happily sat around their dinner ...
... camp at a place on the river and go back when the shop was open. We put the tents up and headed back the5km into town. I purchased the inner and we found the supermarket for food for dinner-- this included strawberries bought from a farm stall. Lilli cooked up mushrooms and eggs and onion for us both in a tiny frying pan. We had this with a healthy salad. The toilet block is about 400m away, so involves a bike ride to get there. Lovely sunny day with only a few ...
Ate our meagre breakfast, finishing our last remaining food-- muesli without milk, a few nuts and an apple. Muesli is ok with water. Very cold when we set off--gloves and parka weather. Found the track again and headed east with a tail wind, so we made good progress through farmland and little villages. Lots of horses, large and small, also miniature pigs, llamas and alpacas. The alpacas had been shorn and they looked like big poodles. At Grashoek we found a pub just opening up ...
... half the walk planning what I would make my teenage son wear next year if he gets a place. He missed out on a ticket this year as the walk was nearly 8000 people oversubscribed. I settled on shiny pink lycra cycle shorts and a bow tie.
The first ten miles went quickly and I chatted to some Canadian troops and then to some British Bobbys from the met. I had lost my flag before the start line, but I collected some Canadian flag pins to stick to my ...