Campanile Breda Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was small enough for me, with its bed in the cupboard. From here we grabbed some tea on the run on our way to visit Niels, Mieke and Owen who are Oma's Nephew and family. We had a nice visit with them then headed home. Mark was fascinated with Niels job as he is a desinger for machines that make mircochips. All way above my head but Mark seemed to understand it all. Was lovely to see Owen who is 18months running around towing a kiwi buzzy ...
... behind us and befriended a girl from the States. She had been traveling for six months and planned to be in Breda before departing Europe. As it turned out, she was also in our pub crawl group!
We had a great time that night and happened to also meet up with a family from New Zealand who were advertising the Gingergella Ginger Ale! They told me where to meet them the next day to get a shirt and I even posed for ...
... and then I was able to dismount like I had done any time before this bike trip. Scary how an injury can affect you...
Beautiful as the scenery was, 99 kilometers is a LOT for the first day of riding. Good thing I was physically fit from the daily kiteboarding because I don't think I would have been able to ride 45 miles on the first day. I have ridden up to 55 miles in a day but that was a loooong time ago.
As mentioned earlier ...
Hi everyone! We had a pretty uneventful trip by train and plane other than a long wait to get on the plane in Marseille, but we got here safe and sound, and our cousins Stanley and Corrie were there waiting for us when we got off the plane. (New country, new name for Jean. You can call him Jan now which is pronounced "Yahn.") Jan had never met them before, but they made him feel welcome immediately.
Because they are faithful readers of the blog and see ...
... to services, no chances of photos.
Back to the barge for lunch, and then went into Gouda for a look. Again went to the market square, and there was a colourful market on. Quite interesting. The Town hall was open so we paid up and went in there for a look. Well worth it, it was fabulous. The tapestry walls in the wedding room have to be seen to be believed. The other rooms, especially the council chamber were very special as well and very interesting. Some ...