Hotel de Keizerskroon
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... they light up the Market square with candles and sing Christmas carols
The morning of the wedding dawned and the weather was fine but cold. It was to be a 1345hrs celebrant wedding at the Town City hall, this is a very imposing building as it is in the middle of the square. Built in the 15th C it now only used for wedding and receptions. See first ...
... is the country
where you find cheese in a very large variety, they are large consumers of the
product where it is custom to share a plate of many different types of cheese
The “Stadhuis” or Townhall is the centre piece of the
city and a work of art. Build in 1450AD it is still in daily use. Walking
around the rooms one can imagine oneself in the 16th century.
This bring me to the Gouda Clay Pipes. I ...
... exited the fray of Amsterdam and found ourselves on a peaceful fishing canal lined with Sunday fishermen.
-we passed through a quaint little village and got caught by the manual drawbridge and the grumpy drawbridge lady. Onward we went after showering her with kindness just for fun.
-we biked through beautiful landscape. It's amazing how ...
... uphill at all. =)
The bike tours we like are self guided. The tour operator provides the bikes, panniers (the small bags that go on the side of the bikes), hotel accommodations, biking directions, and most importantly, transport of your luggage from hotel to hotel. Thus, you are just required to bike over to your next destination at the hotel chosen for that night. You pack whatever you will need during the day and then just bike. It is great. We ...
... mornings at this time of year, so left on time to catch the action. There was not only cheese being bought and sold, in the very traditional style, but a bigger market was also operating. Once again we delighted in the ambience of a historical, traditional Dutch town. ...