Hotel Restaurant 't Veerhuis
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... the right of way, even pedestrians, and it makes biking much easier than either walking or driving around. The country is also about as flat as you can imagine, so you don't run the risk of your bike ride turning into an uphill struggle.
In Breukelen we browsed the small boutique stores of clothing and books. We picked up ingredients for lunch salads and departed again by bike. We then ...
Last night we had just gone to bed when church bells very close by started ringing and ringing and ringing. It must have lasted 60 seconds and rang 100 times (Dale tried to count) and was quite loud. We thought it might be signaling an alert of some kind. Nope. This morning, at 8:00 they started again. Obviously, the people of Utrecht like to be reminded when to go to sleep and when to wake up!
... he had hopes of returning to Utrecht, he commissioned a stately house to be built, Paushuize, near the cathedral. He was in Spain when elected Pope, and served only 12 months in that capacity before he died, without ever returning to his beloved Utrecht. Paushuize remains as gracious as ever, its exterior hiding its subsequent turbulent history. Today, an event and conference centre.
The Peace Treaty of ...
... tower, which we ascended, is now separate from the cathedral proper as a hurricane destroyed the nave in the seventeenth century. This was the first time we'd climbed a bell tower with a tour guide (the only way one was allowed to go up), but it was a good experience (I certainly asked the most questions of anyone there).
For lunch, we stopped at the pancake house Ben remembers from his time living in the city -- the pancakes were definitely good and worth returning for.
... 8364;33). Don found a beer he actually enjoyed (Jupiter)! After the meal we walked the streets for another hour, aware that this was our last opportunity to enjoy Utrecht (this visit anyway!). We saw a few unusual sights with bikes - women dressed up for a night out (high heels and short tight mini skirts) but still using a bike and the students with overnight bags or trolley suitcases being pulled alongside them as they biked (we guessed they were on their way ...