Hotel de Keizerskroon

Address: Keizerstraat 11-13, Gouda, Zuid-Holland, 2801 NJ, Netherlands | Hotel
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        Bike & Barge Holland Day #2

        A travel blog entry by dutchpedaler on Sep 06, 2015

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        ... pumps to keep it that way. They are usually farmland if its habitable. We stopped for coffee (Koffie) and apple cake (appelgebak) at a privately owned camping and recreation area with a farm --with lots of birds--that gives disabled people work experience by working there. The weather modulated from rain to wind to clouds to sun. We stopped for lunch at a beach where there was some kind of an event with people dressed in steam punk attire, like ...

        Day 13 - Plan B, sunshine and a long ride.

        A travel blog entry by mary.braddock. on Aug 19, 2015

        ... a piece of local cheese so we were able to return home with folding money. The round trip was 39 miles and we had a really nice day out and saw rather more of the Netherlands today than we had expected. We had promised ourselves a meal out tonight as it is our last day and having agreed on Chinese, changed our minds and ended up with a very nice Italian meal to replace some of the energy we had expended. Tomorrow we ...

        Having a Brielle time!

        A travel blog entry by foodsmith on Jul 18, 2015

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        ... came over to welcome us. It turns out that they rarely get anyone else in this area other than the Dutch. We cycled along to a Cherry orchard, bought some massive cherries and ate them in the shade. Turns out this is the cherry harvest season. Evan selected the largest apple on planet earth, they had to weigh it to charge us the correct price of 50 cents. After that we cycled ...

        Tour de France Day!

        A travel blog entry by samuel.copelan on Jul 05, 2015

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        ... to grab my treasure. One of the kids jumped from a raised platform and tripped on the ground, which was kind of funny but also sad. Luckily I got to the gift first, and found a key chain of a Bic Bus, with the back saying "Tour de France".
        We continued to make our way towards Gouda, but it was difficult because people were sitting on the bike lanes that were parallel to the road. Adam and I decided to take a leap of faith, and actually bike on the road used for the tour ...

        Delft to Gouda

        A travel blog entry by linley_t on May 03, 2015

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        ... pedalled on. The first bit of riding was very picturesque. Nice and rural and little farmlets. It's Sunday and there's nothing open anywhere. We can't even get a coffee. We had a sneaky wee in a slightly private area but still managed to give the occupants of a passing car a laugh! We had our snack lunch (acquired from the breakfast bar this morning (thank goodness!!)at a service station. It wasn't open (just automatic pumps) but at least we had some cover. We've had some ...