Express By Holiday Inn Moerdijk
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Day 9: In between trips, we have a day back in Holland and decided to go out to Kinderdijk to show my parents the little fishing village and the old windmills that use to pump water back over the dikes. The old nursery rhyme about the cat and the cradle originated from this canals. ...
... you know that Banyuwangi means frangrance water. And that in Bali you should never point at anyone with your foot. Damn, that's going to take some getting used to. Anyway, it's turning into a much more useful lonely planet, and I haven't left much space for the trip itself so I've resorted to Travelpod. I have been trying to find a way to share our experiences on our trip without resorting to spamming all my old primary school friends I never speak to anymore on ...
... at the end of its length; whereupon the pale man starts a lazy, swinging arc across the face of the Delft Tower.
Climbing down, I find Patty on the second floor and we descend all the way to the ground floor, where we exit and walk back into the Square. Taking a moment to look back up the Tower's face to see my last pursuer complete the last of his arcs agains the Tower's face, I turn to Patty and say: "Time to go back to Amsterdam. Tomorrow - the Van Gogh Museum - and then home!"
... etc. But Noteboom was not yet finished! We also received, next to the earlier mentioned spare air filter: spare motor oil, spare cooling fluid, and some small bits and pieces. Absolutely awesome!!
Big thanks to Noteboom garage and in particular a special thanks to our mechanic Rene for doing such a complete check-up on the car!!
Are you looking for a car or does your car need a check-up? We may suggest to go to Noteboom garage!
... 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 ...