Badhotel Rockanje & Brasserie Lodgers
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The last week i have met many friend in and around
Holland.As mentioned before , many of them are people like me who cant help
themselves. The love travel and the continues stimulation of the mind in search
for new experiences and then go home tired and satisfied until sooner of later
thus itch reappears and off they go again. My long time friend Adriaan who lives
in Belgium,I met in Australia during his world ...
... to enter Gouda!!
Another lock we went through (where we could not get in with 2 other cruisers it was that small) was very unusual as it had 4 pairs of gates. The keeper described how the different sets of gates worked. 1 is a flood tidal barrier. Another pair of the gates was known a fan lock gate and as you looked down on the wooden construction it was fanned out looking like a fan, and these gates are unique. The water came in behind it and used ...
... riding along the dykes were the ground is higher than the water flow thru the paddocks. It is amazing to see. We then left Giethoorn and then the heavens opened up with a tremendous down pour of rain so we stopped at a restaurant in t'Harde, there we had a nice meal of Kroketten ,salad, fish,and chips,The chips here are the best in the world of course Holland produces the best Potato's ,then we drove home in some spots in the pouring rain ...
... the camers - 5 EUR - something we would have been paying 20AUD in Abu Dhabi for... we shared lunch - a toastie with juice and coffee for 8.95EUR.. and as we were starting to get cold and tired headed home. At the Train Station we shopped for Banana, Orange Juice and Milk at JUMBO - like Aldi we collected our bikes and rode home. By this stage my legs were very tired and i couldn;t ride up ...
... Japan, which at that time was a closed society. The ship had entered Nagasaki Harbor, but those on board could only disembark on to Deshima Island. Even the ship captain never managed an audience with the shogun. So yesterday, here in Leiden, in a bit of serendipity, we visited the home of a German physician who was in service to the Dutch East India Company, and had an experience very similar to the fictional chapters of the ...