De Ruwenberg Conference and Training Center
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... the day okay. Arrived in Rotterdam at 3:45pm. We saw our first Dutch windmill (1856) for this trip not far out of Breda, and then many more in the area of Kinderdijk about 15km from Rotterdam. The 19 windmills at Kinderdijk were built about 1740 to help control the water in that area. They are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are one of Hollands best known tourist attractions. We also saw another tourist favourite ...
... car of choice for many. They even have multistory bike parks, just like our carparks. There were thousands of bikes parked in them. The riders determine their own road rules, so long as they get what they want. Our tour guide, Renee, said that a study had indicated that 90% of bike riders ignore traffic signals, but if you stand on the path that they consider their own, they can make their displeasure felt. They slow down for no-one and nothing. They are a powerful lobby ...
February 16th, we are leaving Canada for the next continent; Europe.
The plan is to have a month in Holland and then travel through Europe till April 30th.
February and March can still be very wintery in Holland but the main reason to go there is to visit family and friends. Lucky lucky us: spring arrives early and we enjoy many days of 20 degrees Celsius.
We are even luckier with how we are welcomed by our family and ...
... most famous graves, and most visited, is that of Oscar Wilde, which is protected by a glass screen as so many people were kissing the monument that it was getting destroyed. Now people appear to be kissing the screen instead. Oscar Wilde broke the law, but his punishment was certainly disproportionate to the crime. At least his fame, perhaps closely entwined with his infamy, ...
... by a rope.
Because the trip to Vianen took about four hours, we found ourselves going up in a lift lock while we ate dinner, a smakelijk Dutch meal. Afterwards, we all went out to try out our bikes on a short trip through Vianen. Our poor guide, Sietse, wasn't having a good day. He was having troubles getting some of the bikes set up, and when he came up the hill to lead us on our trip, ...