Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Boschoord
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- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
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... lines of windmills and dykes. There are only 2 of the 19 windmills open to the public at a cost which we weren't prepared to pay so much, so we walked and took photos and that was fine by us as we had all been inside windmills before. Afterwards we had tea and coffee at the tea room and had another look at the Archimedean screws that bring vast quantities of water out of the dykes and into the river. These windmills are still working to keep the ...
... canal tour in Amsterdam, the tour guide (actually a recorded audio track in English) talked about these river barges being an excellent place to hone your Bingo skills and drink to your heart's content. From the look of the folks, l I think the tour guide/audio track might have been fairly accurate.
A little later in the day, as we cycled into Dordrecht, we came upon the Danish couple riding in from a junction point that we were about to take. They said ...
... quiet, the buildings were beautiful it was like nothing I had seen before. We found our way to the first main square in Bruge called the Markt it is the larger of the two and was full of amazing food stalls with restaurants all around two sides of the square. The Belfry is a landmark in Brugge. It was built in the 13th century and has a clock tower with 366 stairs to climb to the top. The bells in the tower were ringing as we walked around the market. The second square called ...
... water drained from the meadows, where cows, sheep and goats are pastured on soil too sandy to support large crops. We pedaled along gravel lanes behind the gardens of country homes abutting these miniature canals. Swans and storks posed in the fields while geese and grey herons complained overhead. Puffing along in bike helmets and foul-weather gear, we drew sideways glances from locals pedaling serenely to church in sober Sunday dress. ...
... gust of wind blowing it off. So, Jean's umbrella was a necessity, and Gerry resorted to holding the hood on his head to keep his watchcap relatively dry. Management of the umbrella was no small task either. All day we saw umbrellas being turned inside out. It is especially difficult to hold an umbrella and take a picture at the same time, but Jean managed. You will not see the ...