Hotel de Utrechtsche Dom
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and other types of characters. Just as we stopped to eat lunch (from our packed lunches) it started to rain lightly. We took off with our destination being Gouda (pronounced like how-da). When we arrived in Gouda there was a big festival going on, lots of people in the streets with a market that had booths with clothing, food and many other things. There was also a rock band playing in front of one of the bars, they were pretty good and they ...
... everything up and leave the site, parking up nearby until we leave for the Ferry at around 6pm, in plenty of time for our 11pm sailing. Delft is not an obvious holliday resort but I have loved it here and, as always am sad to go. It really had been one of our best ever hollidays, made so because the people we love shared it with us. We still have much of tomorrow to spend here so I won't cry just yet, but watch this space.
... to a small village and found a pub with bike parking so stoped maily because Evan wanted an ice cream, we had shandy while waiting.
We have closed the afternoon off with a 1 euro beer by the canal and a BBQ
Next time we will plan to spend more time in the Netherlands, we were not expecting it to be so good.
192 mies so far... we drive for Cologne ...
... It was an incredible feeling to have people looking at me from both sides of the road. Some of the people even started cheering us on and chanting things in Dutch and French! It was an incredible, freeing feeling and I took a few photos and videos on the the actual Tour de France road. There were places where the police officers didn't like it, so before they got angry, we would find a way to merge onto the bicycle cycle track.
Tour de France
We came to ...
... not too bad. My main worry is that my glasses get wet and then I can't see. Easy to miss the next junction number. There's a few longer stretches of 2 and 3 kms without numbers and they get a bit harder. There's a bit of wind but not as bad as the other day. We missed a couple of junctions somehow (no idea how. Don't think they were there). And we really didn't want to backtrack 2kms so we consulted our map and found a different way to go which eventually linked up to ...