Campanile Hotel Gouda
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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Wow, I can't believe how incredible today was! It started out with me and Adam waiting for other people from the program in the hotel lobby area. No one else showed up, so we decided to just head off by ourselves. Adam and I biked to Amsterdam Central Station and bought tickets in the always busy train station. Our final destination inside the city of Gouda, where hopefully we could get photos of the bicyclists in front of a scenic windmill. It was a ...
... when we saw a kids play area with a small coffee place. And it was open! And it had a toilet! The lady running it is married to an Aussie guy so we had a good chat with her. The coffees were on the house. Very nice lady. She's the first larger built Dutch person we've seen. They are all so fit and slim! That's what riding bikes all your life does. The kids can ride by the age of 2 with no trainer wheels. Anyway, we carried on and got to a water crossing. The road was up ...
Set off in the cold weather after leaving Willemstad by boat and arriving in .......
The weather was grey and didn't get brighter during the day or much warmer. So far, we don't regret any of the cold weather cycling gear we packed. Most days we seem to be wearing most of it!
We cycled through the town of Dordrecht which was a large trading centre in the 15th and 16th centuries as it is on the confluence of ...
... Ja' to the wedding vows. Leith had been asked as a witness which meant we were sitting at the front, so had a good view of proceedings.
Afterwards there was wedding cake and nibbles with champagne.
Later that afternoon about 50 of us were invited to the wedding dinner. This was 5 course meal one course being family Gouda cheese which was very nice.
Some lovely speeches by the bride and groom
... and have new bucket list places to see.
Iris also asked what we thought Europe would look like in heaven.
The French would cook, the English would be the police, the Germans would be the mechanics, the Italians the lovers and it would all be organised by the Swiss. Hell would have the English as cooks, the Germans the police, the French the mechanics, the Swiss the lovers and it would be organised by the Italians. Each culture is unique in their own ...