Campanile Hotel Gouda
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Later in the afternoon we were all taken out to his parents farm about 15min drive out of Gouda.
The have about 70 Holstein cows which they milk to make cheese (Gouda of course) three generations of his family have lived there. At this time of year the cows are in sheds with some space to walk about.
Cold and wet so we ate at the hotel and did not go the Gouda Christmas ...
renowned. The fact is that only a certain percentage of Gouda cheese is
exported and that most countries produce their own “Gouda” tastes. Although
there are many specialised cheese shops. I have never seen this many “Cheese
only” shops per km2; on top of that when I visited Gouda, it was market day
where I counted a further 4 cheese vendors. The variety however is not all that
great, I noticed; you have to go to France for ...
... some time out for a rest at 5 pm (hate to name drop but this time tomorrow we will be getting ready for our dinner at the Eiffel Tower!!) Beautiful blue skies to enjoy our canal tour which finished at 7 pm. A recce of the Railway Station to work out platform, directions and timings for our 8.15 am departure to Paris tomorrow. We enjoyed dinner at our restaurant from last night and returned home by 8.15 in time for Kelly to Repack, once again!! Sent from my ...
... monospace;">-we grabbed our bikes from storage and locked our good steeds up in preparation for loading them up. Up to the room to pack and sort then down to load them up. I found a way to mount the GPS. Yay! And once all of the final fiddling was done, we pedaled off!
-I was glad that we had practiced the route the night before and then soon the GPS was telling us that we were on course. ...
... a ride in flat country would be a lot easier. As much as I enjoyed the other trips, there were some wicked uphills I had to conquer during our last trips through wine country. Thus, the idea of biking in the very flat, low country held special appeal to me. Moreover, my first taste of the electric bike had me hoping I could get one for this trip. Unfortunately, they were all out of e-bikes by the time I asked about it. Well, at least I wouldn't have to ...