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... of water pressure to seal the gates closed. The other 2 sets of gates were very low ordinary gates and used when it was low water. The lock is the only one like it.
We arrived at Oudewater which is a 14-15thC city (town to us) and still set out as it was all those years ago. Only the defensive star shaped battlements had been removed, but it didn't detract from this historic city.
During the Middle Ages when witch hunts broke out ...
... and took in as many sights and sounds as we could. It was Greg's second visit here and Wendy's first. We've enjoyed the stopover in The Hague, loved how easy it was to explore both on foot and on the bike. Maybe when all the construction is finished it will be even nicer city to visit. For dinner we revisited the same Chinese restaurant as last night, when you're on a good ...
Today we walked NE to Klinkenbergerplas , a large lake that has swimming beaches for both people and dogs ( separate areas) . We walked back over the Oegstgeester Canal to LangeVoort shops for coffee where I finally got to sample Appeltaart.. we stopped at teh bakery for bread rolls for lunch and headed home..The weather has been very kind with blue skies , fresh breeze and warm sun. Our walk home took us past Oudenhof-molen the old mill which is beside ...
15 Aug 2013
New Zealand- Not
Sometimes a missed opportunity may be a blessing. Ab and I travelled in a Mercedes Vito double cab van with just enough room to stretch in the back and enough room not to be too squeezy. The ever present possibility of snoring sounds was not applicable due to the use of ear plugs, so we managed to have some decent night's sleep.
To local caravan park ...
... forces for a period of 80 years. The revolt with started here and spread through the Nether –Lands resulted in the overthrow over the Spaniards and the formation of The Netherlands as a nation. The town still resembles a Fortified Bastion .
A long story but again I better included some pictures to show you a few of the sights in ...