Hotel Des Indes, a Luxury Collection Hotel
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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 …
... and made us feel very welcome. We had smoked Mackerel and Trout for dinner with the fish wrapped and delivered on the plate for us. The Mackerel in particular was superb. Franz is a very good artist and he showed me some of his art work. I especially liked the landscapes and he presented us with a tile made by his son which has one of his paintings on it which we very much ...
... We met his adorable cat. He has a great apartment with a balcony and a great view. We sat down and had apple tart and cream and coffee. It was delicious and very dutch. Then we walked to the train station and went to Den Hague. Den Hague was quite impressive with its modern buildings. We visited the town hall where Peter used to work. It was a bit white building, at least 10 stories. From the inside it looks like a prison with a big hall and walkway on all the floors ...
... and it turned out the lady from Bristol was a Vice Chairman of her local NAFAS flower arranging club and would be visiting Dublin for the WAFA show.
This evenings entertainment was by a Virtuoso Flautist - Suzanne Godfrey. We had heard her practicing earlier in the day, the sound was beautiful then and during her performance which featured Mancini movies as part of her repertoire was quite spell binding.
Tomorrow we are At Sea En route to Bergen.