Express By Holiday Inn Moerdijk
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... and in a straight line, also at higher speeds. Very nice!
The shock absorbers were tested as well and all four of them passed the test.
We took out the airfilter which turned out to be quite dirty. We cleaned it up and placed it back in the car. We also received a new one from Noteboom! We can now drive to the desert on our old filter, then replace the air filter and keep the old one as spare.
A small but really important fix was the window ...
... windmill - not a lot of space and many stairs. So another tourist site with stairs - and going up and down in bike shoes was a challenge. After the windmill tour the rain had pretty much stopped so we were able to enjoy riding along the canals enjoying beautiful farmland and canals. Lunch was in the town of Gouda where we had a great lunch of cheeses, salads and tomato soup. The owner was a wonderful man and a great host of all of us bikers. The food ...
... chairs all right on the sand. It was good to see the ocean though with the passing parade of ships and boats. There is also a harbour here for The Hague. A slow ride back to the hotel to dump the bikes, have lunch and hit the streets of The Hague on foot. A great place for shopping, museums and art galleries. All of these are ok for both of us in small doses. Ended up wandering ...
... today for making sure that there is not flodding the in the below sea level area but they mainrain the series of windmills and a back-up in case of loss of power. They work extremely well. There are also signals that are sent along the line of windmills based on the position of the sails....the arms of the mill as it were. In Holland they rotate in a ...
... the milking robots, with free-flow to the milkers. Dry cows were housed in pens in front of the milkers. The barn was very clean, and had all the Lely ammenities, including cow brushes and manure scrapers. There was one cow that was a lineback, looked kinda like a Randall. She was gorgeous.
The farmer didn't think her English was very good, but she was actually excellent.