Hotel Landgoed Zonheuvel
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... br> Well, just like many others, I've had this strange feeling i can't explain, the feeling to leave this country behind for a certain amount of time. The desire to see parts of the world i haven't seen before. And of course the itchy feet you get a few days/weeks after returning home from travels.
I actually came up with the idea to go to Australia in the plane that brought me from Cancun to London.
... cover to fend off the worst of the down pour but it was still wet. We went through several bridges and locks and we endured the swinging clog toll collection procedure today. There was a magnificent (if you like big boxes) floating house in the middle of a lake. Very "Grand design" but we didn't really like it. At one of the locks today there were hundreds of gnomes!
Today as we got closer to Utrecht the weather cleared up and the sun ...
... and watching on the unpredictable TV together, we biked into Abcoude, to watch the dynamic competition between the two rival teams in a outdoor bar surrounded by a sea of hundreds of loud, tall and orange fans. We couldn't believe that Holland didn't score the entire game, considering their two crossbars, one post and countless other opportunities, however, they won, so it was all good. Biking home at 1:30 in the morning, in the rain only made the experience all the better.
... to the problem, this was a public holiday as well. So I went a strolled round the village taking photo's and enjoying the sun. We fin ally got under way and progressed via the canal to Nieuwegein going through numerous bridges, some that rose on a hinge, some that swiveled, some that lifted entirely. Most were manned remotely via ...
... which is well known for its stain glass windows - its HUGE - Gouwekerk, the fish market buildings, Museum Gouda and the Weeshuis (orphanage). We didn't get to try the syrup waffles Gouda is famous for, that might have to wait for Amsterdam. We rode back through the Reeuwijk Plassen, along the Korssendijk and the Lecksdijk. This is where we had seen heaps of swans nesting and geese with babies, so now I have photos. We also rode through the Nieuwkoopse Plassen another ...