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We said goodbye to Belgium for a while. We are planning to see the rest of Belgium on our return from Germany in the late summer.

The exit out of the stellplatz was a little interesting but after moving the temporary barriers at the entrance it became straight forward.

We had a good journey on the interstate/motorways which were busy but excellent. We made a little mistake in taking the wrong exit to the campground but that was easily recovered. The small road to the campground was interesting not because of trees or it being a single carriage way but because of bikes and people walking. The entrance to the campground was wide and we were able to stop and register without any problems. Our pitch was large and for once we had full hook-up. On the neighbouring pitch there was a 40ft Monaco Diplomat with a French number plate. We were also amused when a group (which turned out to be Brits) came back from a coach tour and when they saw us many of their mouths dropped open in astonishment.

We hadn't realised when we booked the Recreaticentrum Koningshof campground that we were in the area of the Dutch bulb fields. We are stopping here for 13 nights as there is a lot to see in the area.



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