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... unloading our shopping.
John went to pay the Hafenmeister who gave us the WiFi code so we then caught up on email etc. We then returned to the same pub/restaurant to have a meal as they were advertising our favourite and a very reasonable price, so how could we resist? John decided to have the mixed grill as it included ribs, steak, pork and chicken.
Both meals were excellent and very good value, so we will be back! ...
... about Napoleon to see if he was right. He quickly started saying that it was a rumor and that I would not find that story on the internet...right...I just wanted to keep him on his toes and I got a kick from that.
The meal was very good and one of the fancier ones we've had during our tour. When we made our dessert selection I told him clearly that I wanted my coffee WITH my dessert he said no, that the dessert was too delicate and that the coffee ...
... and splendid as the other. It's hard to decide which one is nicer. After this we went to have a drink before meeting another friend I'd met on my South America tour, and friends with Nathalie, Thomas. I tried the Delerium beer and had some cheese with really strong mustard that tasted like wasabi. Then we all went to a fries court to eat Belgium fries and burgers for dinner. After dinner I tried the following beers: Choffre, Karmeliet, Kriek and Hoegaarten. So suffice to say ...
62 miles (total 262.3 miles)
Later start than hoped, just ciuldnt wake up and face wet clothes and damp campsite. Rushed packin up and made a bosh of it. Sped along the dike and found the ferry - feeling good and proud amongst a group of other cyclists. Thought I saw Marie?? Big decision, up to rotterdam or east to free site. Chose east, quickly realised I'd grossly underestimated the distance. Slow progress with **** fallling off bike, brakes failing, realising i ...
... my (Grandmother) Oma was born in and lived as a child. Out the back was a huge old barn. After lunch we took a drive to Willemstad which is a very old city established in 1561 and has city walls built around it. It was built as a Garrison which housed military families. During WW2 the Germans utilised the city fortress and built bunkers on the river side. Lots of old buildings but also lots of luxury boats in the town ...