Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Boschoord
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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Up and sorted early. We said goodbye to our little place in the forest by the lake; it's the first time we've been truly sad to leave somewhere. But onwards to the Netherlands! A quick shop and then off. It instantly felt different on the roads when we reached Holland. Just a bit more organised and efficient. Strange really considering the two countries are connected! The motorways were all lined with bright purple Rhodedendrons... Lovely. After the highways, we started getting close ...
Saturday was a rest day and fortunately so as it rained quite heavily in the morning. We were able to stay in the cosy room provided for the campers. Best of all there was a kettle.microwave and fridge, even tea bags and real coffee available. I grid and her husband were excellent hosts and the Dutch holidaymakers were very friendly. When the rain stopped we cycled to Terheijden for another visit to Lidl ...
Monday 25th August 2014
We were up by 9am after a bit of a lie in then Simon, Eileen and John went into the town to the shops only to find most were still closed until 12 or Tuesday. They bought some bread and returned to ST very disappointed. We had forgotten this routine in Holland.
Then we were on our way to Kinderdijk, although our mooring was going to be across the river at Krimpen aad de Lek, we knew there was a ferry ...
... out of the polder, collected in the ringvaart reservoir and led away through sluices to the river Lek. The network of windmills is a UNESCO world heritage site. I am so glad we got to see that. Can't go to The Netherlands and not see windmills.
On the big canal perpendicular to the smaller canal where the windmills had been built, a large multi-story river tour barge had come to dock. Loads of semi-drunken tourists were pouring off the barge when we rode past. On ...
... following the Lf2b route now, we got a bit confused when the route took us down a street which ended in a parking lot. On further investigation we also found a ferry terminal. Ahh, light bulb! We have to take a ferry! That ferry was 30 minutes away and it was really windy, so we sheltered back in the parking lot. The ferry took us about 500m across the water and upstream a bit. This ferry wasn't quite as big as the others and didn't have bike racks, it ...