Hotel de Utrechtsche Dom
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... completely empty until we hit roadworks in Rotterdam, we've never seen so many cycle lanes. Even bus stops have parking for bikes. We headed to Brielle, 5 minutes after stopping at a nature reserve, a passing local stoped to ask about our campervan as he had never seen one like it before. These Dutch people seem very friendly, every person that has parked near us has said hello, ...
Here we go again. We've got about 35kms to do today and we were told it's going to rain so we got going as early as we could. We couldn't get breakfast too early but were still on the road by about 8am. The body's holding up pretty well but my knees are a bit sore. I probably need the seat a bit higher but then I feel too high and can't touch the ground enough for my liking. We got out of the town without too much difficulty. There were still a few guesstimates though. So ...
Later in the afternoon we were all taken out to his parents farm about 15min drive out of Gouda.
The have about 70 Holstein cows which they milk to make cheese (Gouda of course) three generations of his family have lived there. At this time of year the cows are in sheds with some space to walk about.
Cold and wet so we ate at the hotel and did not go the Gouda Christmas ...
For our flight to Amsterdam we had booked economy comfort seats with Delta which actually for me were well better than expected I had some legroom and we both sat in a two side seat situation where there was four seats in the middle and then two more on the other side so we were kind of separated off and it was very nice and a decent ride They had great movies and audio and a ...
If you ask anyone in Holland what Gouda is known for the
answer would be Cheese, Syrup Waffles, Clay pipes and Candles. Ask someone about Holland they most likely
would answer “Cheese”. I have found "Gouda cheese" in most countries I have
visited including Vietnam, Russia, Croatia, The Baltic States and of course
Australia and New Zealand. I would not
use the words “world famous” in this context but rather “well ...