Hotel Gastronomique De Echoput
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... in the pasteurs. Kinderdijk is a small village near Rotterdam. A UNESCO sight, this village is unique for its 19 windmills dating from the 1500s.
We saw families strolling, people cycling, some fishing, and others horse back riding.
The weather was most cooperative; 65 and sunny!. With approximately ...
... Today is the day that Holland was liberated from the German occupation during WWII , a day they celebrate every year and is very much a part of their history. It is lovely to see so many flags flying so proudly.
We only intended to stay here for one night but the park is nice and the owner convinced us to do a bit of sight seeing. So tomorrow we are off to do just that.
It is raining now but it is the end of the day and we are as snug as a bug in Charlie.
After a shower I head down to the dining room for the special and a much deserved beer.
I catch the two Swedes outside and join them while I have a coffee. They have ridden down from Keil in Germany after crossing on the ferry from Oslo.
They are doing a tour of the wartime sites in Normandy, but have an easy day tomorrow only going down to Dunkirk for a look round.
... it was easy to do day trips to most of the major centres. Ninety minutes max and you’re there. One day in Amsterdam was definitely not enough, and my experience was disturbed in part from the painful, bloody blisters on the back of my feet due to not breaking in my shoes before I left home and partly due to some nasty rain. My impression of Amsterdam was not what I thought it would be, but I do feel it deserves another chance and more ...
Hi again everyone! Today we crossed from France and Belgium into the Netherlands. This trip took several hours by bus, but the time flew by for the students as they entertained themselves with terrible karaoke versions of classic Queen songs while we drove.
Once we entered the Netherlands the mood turned much more sombre as we prepared for the first of many ceremonies of rememberance over the next ...