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... having a grand time.
-I told Laura that I was getting hungry and she wisely said let's stop at the next opportunity.
-We stopped in the town square and found an unlikely place to eat of the choice available. I was surprised that Laura picked this cafe.
-It turned out to be good and I definitely won with ...
Last night we had headed for the bell tower, and dined on croquettes and salad in one of the little restaurants overlooking the square.
Sitting outside under some very efficient heaters, it was cosy.
The buildings are very cleverly lit up and there are no harsh neon lights so the effect is warm and most attractive.
What was rather less attractive was the marked smell of drains as we walked into the hotel. it lingered in our bedroom ...
... I summon up the strength to head for home. Only 15km to go we say cheerily to each other as we consume the last cheese and pork loin roll. Eventually, we see our little church tower on the horizon and home is really a reality. A large G & T beckons and the thoughts of dinner start to pre-occupy our thoughts. Lore is impressed with our efforts and she already has planned another 50km ride to the coast tomorrow. Who am I to admit ...
... windmill, Zoutelande where we stopped for lunch and a beer and then back to Groot Valkenisse. They definitely have it worked out over here for bikes. There are cycle paths everywhere and they are not like the narrow lanes you see in the UK. All the towns have plenty of cycle racks and the amount of cycles is unbelievable. Mind you it’s very flat so cycling is a lot easier.
... and said he'd been called far worse than that.
We had two more stops in the afternoon. First, the British cemetery called Tyne Cot. Pristine white stones, soldiers "known only to God," a wall of remembrance, and sorrowing angels in what used to be a battlefield near Passchendaele. British forces never succeeded in taking Passchendaele, and now some of them are buried where the Germans had built bunkers to view the flat lands below. We then went to Hill 62 at Sanctuary ...