Hotel Het Hart van Weesp
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The weather had cleared and aside from a strong wind, it was perfect cycling conditions. We took the train to Weesp where we hired bikes and set off. The small city of Weesp was a beautiful one, with cobbled streets, a gorgeous canal and two big old windmills. First stop was the I site to get some information and maps. We had already looked up a general route but thought it best to access local knowledge and recommendations. We took a short ride to the edge of the city and got ...
... to the hotel. I don't mind if he wanted to take his life into his own hands, but don't take me along for the ride as well! I value my life!! Then to make matters worse, when we left today, we again took a taxi to the airport. This guy spent the entire trip on the mobile phone, making phone calls and for heavens' sake - using an ipad! Oh boy - did Les get an earful when we got to the airport! Not his fault, I know, but I ...
... who was quite annoying who overused it, but I have to admit that Leiden is “charming”. It’s scenic and charming and beautiful. It’s not a giant metropolis, but that’s ok, as it makes it easier to poke around and see everything on foot. Rembrandt grew up here, and you can visit the spot where his family house was (it was torn down about a hundred years ago) as well as the school that he attended. It’s ...
... us home to a very nice hotel.
Wednesday 25 September – As
we drove out of Amsterdam after breakfast at 6.30am, our guide showed
us some floating flower stalls. 44 million flowers are sold in
Holland each day and, surprise surprise, they use the Dutch auction
guide told if you were driving on an autobahn with three or more
lanes you could drive at whatever speed limit you fancied. Imagine
that. It ...
... and pedestrians are left to their own devices to try not get cleaned up by bike, bus, car or tram!! It definitely tested our instinct to look the wrong way before crossing the streets! We walked around the streets of the Leidseplein for a bit before stopping at an Italian place called Casadi Sergio Ristorante Italiana. We got some amazing pasta and sat people watching for a bit before heading back to the hostel and spending a hot sweaty night in the ...