Hotel Des Indes, a Luxury Collection Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
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Day started with pouring rain...we went to a cheese factory where they make Gouda cheese. We were able to meet some cows and see how the cheese is made. Young cheese can take about 9 weeks where old cheese is about 90 weeks. We were able to sample this cheese and it was very good. It was still raining very hard but many of us decided to continue in …
Second day of biking...very satisfying to bike from hotel to hotel. Biking started through national park, the nature and trees were so peaceful and breathtaking. The trails were nice and even have some pictures if the farms and flower fields. Stopped for coffee at a quaint shop on the path, then continued the ride to lunch. Then continued the ride …
... cereals and eggs to name just a few. I took the opportunity to briefly go back to the cathedral to capture some photos of the stain glass windows. The trip to Den Haag took about 3 hours and went via Utrecht. Matthew was at the station when we arrived at 2pm having taken the week off. He is looking very well and very slim. Took the tram to Hilde and ...
... at a stall that was quite famous, it had been there a long time. We sat on a bench in the sun watching the world go by. Our objective for the day was the Escher museum. It was a lovely walk to get there. The museum was housed in an old palace of Queen Emma. It was beautiful in itself. All the chandeliers were shapes of animals and objects like a bottle, spider, dolphin. The building was full of Escher's work with a good description of the progression of his work. Really ...
... this weekend was insanely busy so we couldn't get In until 7pm. Instead, we headed over to the De Pijps district, recommended by our hosts. This area has lots of wonderful shops as well as a very large market. We wandered and explored the area, picking up some cheese, bread, and fresh tomatoes to make a delicious afternoon snack. We ate this huddled on a bench in Vondel park, in denial of the wind, cold, and light rain. After some ...