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Travel Blogs from Utrecht
... the largest and most luxurious castle in Holland, owned and occupied by the Van Zuylen family until fairly recently, but restored, furnished and maintained with Rothschild family money as a former Baron Van Zyl married well.
The Dom Tower in Utrecht was another highlight, we climbed 465 steps (112m) to the top of the highest church bell tower in the Netherlands, and could even see Amsterdam in the distance.
Yesterday we went to Utrecht. We woke up at 6am and boarded the 8:55 train. After a train trip and a bus ride we met Ruben's friend from childhood Willemyn.
We first walked threw the train station in order to get to the city center which was interesting because the stations are often much like airports with millions of little shops and so on. Once we were in the city center I spotted a huge tower connected ...
... not to cause a major pile up! We did indulge in kroekets, frites with mayo and warm stroopwaffels (and a Dutch beer or two). In the afternoon the boys showed Wessel and Sjors some Aussie rules. And we ran to Wessel's soccer training. All the kids on their bikes with either hockey sticks or musical instruments on their backs heading out to evening training. Renske made us a tradition Dutch meatball dinner which was a huge hit. Lovely evening spent with Renske and ...
... out to be quite interesting. They showed how a batch of Gouda cheese was made with 350 litres of milk heated to 29 degrees C, added rennet and pressed for to hours to remove the moisture. Its covered with plastic 4 times, and finally wax to seal it.
We also saw clogs being made using green (freshly cut) blocks of poplar. It's really easy to cut and shape then dried. The drying makes the waterproof and very light. We then had the chance to taste Gouda cheeses made with ...
... was covered in love hearts. We later read that roadside prostitution is rife in some parts of Europe. At least we have something to fall back on if we run short of cash. The next day we headed north west towards Hamburg. After a mornings drive I needed the toilet, and so with no facilities in sight, it was time for a landmark moment. It was time to make like a bear, and **** ...
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