Hotel In den Verdwaalde Koogel
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... pump, which didn't work anymore. We figured out the pump itself actually works, but the switch that controls it is broker. So we rewired the pump with a new switch inside the car. Problem solved!
Next up was the clutch which we felt was quite 'soft'. Being a mechanical clutch, we could do some tweaking. Now the clutch engages nicely 'in the middle' when releasing the pedal.
By now pretty much all important items were checked: oils and fluids, ...
On my second day, Cindy decided to take us to Kinderdijk, I said (us) because it was also her first time... I asked her, how come you have never been here? She said, as a local you don't go to this places because we are busy with our daily life unless you have kids, then you may go with the family on the weekends but my parents never took me here, and on the weekends I want to do other things. I see, starting to understand you a bit ...
... walk into Gouda, shopping for bits of pieces and to get on to WiFi at one of the bar restaurants plus visit the VVV tourist information. Gouda is a really pleasant city which is steeped in history and making the most of it by looking after its historic buildings and streets plus keeping its traditions alive surrounding cheese making. We are going to do the tourist trail when Simon and Eileen ...
... from their town )
Interesting town St john church with amazing stain glass windows the longest church in Holland
We then went to Schoonhoven where the boat was moored cute old village we went to a silversmith where silver is made 10% of the town work in the silver industry had a tour bueatiful silver A stork that weighed 9 kilos cost 40,000 ...
... since we knew there would be several museums in our near future. The outside of them were great to look at anyway. And the area was very peaceful, apart from the large tour buses that shuttled people in and out. There was a family of ducks in one of the streams, complete with about a dozen ducklings, there were cats and dogs near all the windmills and bird flying every which way. It was a good place to be.