De Beste Kamer

Address: Breedschotsestraat 2a, Rijsbergen, Noord-Brabant, 4891, Netherlands | B&B
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This B&B is located on Breedschotsestraat 2a, Rijsbergen.
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      Gouda to Dordrecht - rain & windmills

      A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 28, 2014

      11 photos

      ... chat. More on our fellow travelers on a later blog. Just wanted to have it on the record that the Shepherds - Team Texas - did not take shortcuts. Quite the contrary.

      Also, on the first day of our tour, we were too focused on riding to stop and take pictures. I wish I had taken pictures of the very nice houses entering Gouda. They had individual draw bridges instead of driveways. Since the canal ran right in front of these houses, the owner's cars could only ...

      19 famous windmills (UNESCO )

      A travel blog entry by olwenjohn on Jun 24, 2014

      5 photos

      ... washing room 3rd floor
      girls room 4th floor smoke room where all food dried
      They lived on there own fruit and vegies father caught rabbit fish etc they had chichen and goats
      Had a dog that carted the milk to market
      after windmillswe headed for the town of Gouda the cheese town ( They say the gouda we buy in super markets is not the ...

      Tulips & Windmills

      A travel blog entry by seejay on Apr 06, 2014

      After a nice breakfast, we board the bus and travel 90 minutes to the Kuekenhoff Gardens. Tulips galore. The rain didn't stop us from seeing it all. Such color combinations, daffodils, hyacinth , Gerber daisies, and oh my goodness the orchids! Gorgeous. We then go back to the ship for a ...

      On the Dike

      A travel blog entry by deb.garrett on Jun 25, 2013

      45 photos

      ... being careful not to walk on the bike path. Of course, if you know me at all, you know I was snapping photos like mad. Every angle presented unique stories of the area. I found birds. The water plants were lush and undisturbed. The walk was very peaceful, for the most part. (Naturally, tour groups came.) We walked nearly 2 miles, plus going through a windmill museum. We were below sea level even on the dike, emphasizing the need for windmills in this part of the world.


      Fair-well Preston!

      A travel blog entry by rob-lowe on Aug 21, 2012

      1 comment, 10 photos

      20th of August 2012 I sat on the train holding up a wobbling and overloaded Allan, wondering what the next few months would bring. I said my farewells to my family at the station and felt surprisingly calm, only when catching site of my tearful sister through the closing doors did i nearly let out a terrified blubber. I was meeting my friend Jack at Leeds who would cycle with me for the first ten days and help me ease into the whole thing. Adjusting ...