Bastion Hotel Dordrecht / Papendrecht
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... certainly made us seem like we were good cyclists. That hasn't been the case this time as our trip from Amsterdam to Gouda had us arrive after 7:00PM and we were both fairly beat. We only rode 98km which is roughly 60 miles? I guess we have that fairly well known disease O.L.D.
With thoughts of inadequacy dancing in our heads we followed another much older couple out the door in a fairly strong downpour. They of course got started earlier as we were fidgeting with ...
... of artificial lakes made through the cutting of peat. Most of the land here is used for farming, especially sheep, dairy cows and goats. Many of the homes along the bike paths are on canals and they have traditional thatch roofing - which isn't surprising considering reeds grow everywhere. Em seems to be enjoying the bike trip so far, she especially likes seeing the animals and visiting gardens and museums. Hopefully tomorrow we will get to visit a cheese and clog making ...
... a good thing as tiny queues. €15 entry and €6 for parking was pretty good value.
Absolutely stunning. In the 8 weeks the gardens are open 800,000 people look at the results of 7 million bulbs planted, half of theses are tulips of 800 varieties. Takes 3 months to plant and after the 8 week season, they are dug up and burnt. Next we headed for Zaandsee Schaan an old Dutch village with museums and windmills and the odd dyke or two. ...
... difficult not to bump into one another. We all met at 8 am for breakfast. Carolyn misses her coffee, as the barge only provides coffee made by machine. The food selection for breakfast was just ok. Overnight we were docked in Vianen a town that dates back to the early 1300's. The 2nd route today will take us from Schoonhoven, which is the smallest municipality in the Netherlands in land area, along the Lek River, and end in the village of Kinderdijk. Kinderdijk is ...
... when you climb the 275 steps. The steps are narrow, of worn stone and spiral to the top. On two sides, they have fixed thin timber fillets horizontally that you can grab as you naturally gravitate outwards! When you finally reach the top, you can easily feel the "lean" and you wonder whether this is going to be the hour that it topples over having stood since the 15th century! I reckon this is why they only charge one Euro ...