Hotel De Koepoort
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Thursday morning greeted us with another grey, rainy morning as we set out to see some of the countryside North of Amsterdam. We started with a 45 minute drive to Enkhuisen on the inner coast line on the IJsselmeer basin of the North Sea. A huge expanse of water that routinely reeked havoc on the inhabitants of Enkhuisen and other towns near the water until a very large dike was built. The Zuidersee for which the museum we visited ...
... cabbage, onions, and mustard. There were also a lot of water fowl. After our loop we went back to Medemblik where we ran into the short group at the coffee stop. We were all so happy to be inside. The weather did improve which made riding much more enjoyable. Not too much later we stopped at a Tea house for lunch. The woman who runs it usually is closed on Mondays but opened ...
... you live here and this is where you walk your dog. I have to walk my dog down an alleyway strewn with broken glass and then along the A38 embankment, and you've got all this." And that's a little bit like I feel when I walk around here, I wouldn't want to live here but I'm kinda a little bit jealous of the people who do. Saturday March 21st Got up and went for a coffee, funny the coffee shop didn't really smell of coffee it had a totally different aroma, we thought we'd ...
... worth it, you really get a sense of what it would be like to be a Jewish person in hiding during WW2 as the tragic story of Anne Frank is so well documented and preserved in Amsterdam. After the history lesson we checked out the Heineken Experience tour at the beer factory. We learned all about the history and process of brewing Heineken beer (the secret is the special 'A Yeast' that they use to ferment the barley and hops) and the tour ended with drinking a few ...
On our way to this morning we went through the Riesling wine area and passed an abbey associated with wine making for 500 years. At Rüdesheimer we had to detour and take a ferry across the Rhine because of roadwork. The roadwork wasn't the cause of the road being closed, it was the 100 unexploded bombs from WW II which they uncovered yesterday! Having crossed the River, we could see the extensive vineyards covering the very steep ...