Bastion Hotel Dordrecht / Papendrecht
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... later warm embraces and lots of stories followed.
We rode into town for dinner. The venue, Villa Augustus, was the most amazing location with a cafe, hotel, extensive productive gardens with hundreds of plants.
The return ride to the hotel was a bit of a challenge for Mark who was undoubtedly detoxing from some very serious alcohol fuelled entertainment which delivered him just four hours sleep the night before!
Lars & Karen welcomed us with a lovely spread. The cousins bonded quickly and soon Emma was being dragged around the neighbourhood to be introduced to their stomping grounds. Great weather so we sat outside and caught up, until about 7 pm, when Emma & I started to hit the wall and needed ...
... left Gouda just minutes before we did. They had a faster pace than us, riding at a fairly constant 18.5 km/hr. That's about 11 mph for all you metric system averse Americans and actually pretty slow. Nevertheless, our pace has to be a pace that we can both enjoy and it is around 17.5 km/hr which is 10.5 mph. As we somehow caught this couple we had a navigational discussion about one of the poorly marked sections of the bike trail in English. As it turns out, this couple ...
We arrived in The Hague on the 30th and stayed for 1 night in a B&B right across the road from where, by funny coincidence, they are building the new premises for the International Criminal Court (unfortunately not being finished means Anna will have to slum it for the next 3 months). After settling in, we headed down to check out the North Sea and the biggest beach resort in the Netherlands. It was sunny, but the cold wind ...
... which is well known for its stain glass windows - its HUGE - Gouwekerk, the fish market buildings, Museum Gouda and the Weeshuis (orphanage). We didn't get to try the syrup waffles Gouda is famous for, that might have to wait for Amsterdam. We rode back through the Reeuwijk Plassen, along the Korssendijk and the Lecksdijk. This is where we had seen heaps of swans nesting and geese with babies, so now I have photos. We also rode through the Nieuwkoopse Plassen another ...