Hotel de Keizerskroon
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renowned. The fact is that only a certain percentage of Gouda cheese is
exported and that most countries produce their own “Gouda” tastes. Although
there are many specialised cheese shops. I have never seen this many “Cheese
only” shops per km2; on top of that when I visited Gouda, it was market day
where I counted a further 4 cheese vendors. The variety however is not all that
great, I noticed; you have to go to France for ...
... 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 ...
... our next destination, we passed magnificent homes and gardens in an affluent area, willows weeping towards the canal and coots swimming by with nesting materials in their mouths . Going through locks and under numerous bridges, we watched the Dutch people riding their bikes home from work. There are many more bikers than cars.
Once more the sun made a glorious appearance. Since we arrived the weather has been overcast with only a few sprinkles one ...
This morning we barged to Rotterdam. After breakfast we walked to the Pilgrim Church where we heard an organ concert featuring music of Bach, Handel and a surprise at the end, an arrangement of The Star-Spangled Banner and the Dutch National Anthem.
We enjoyed a slide presentation by an art historian when we returned to the barge. He explained that in the fifteenth ...