Landgoed de Rosep
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... jeepers out of Jesse because it was really noisy and a little rickety for his liking. We quickly worked out that our luck with queues was going to continue - the advantage of going to theme parks in the freezing cold is that there is not many others there. Next up Oli got his corkscrew wings on a ride called the python which was a double loop plus double corkscrew. He loved it (on the second and subsequent rides) after looking a little queazy early on. ...
Sunday 17th August 2014
It was wet, misty come mizzle and it looked set in for the day, so we were not sure if we should stay or get underway as we had heard the forecast was for strong winds. For a short time it was dry and breezy and so we put the washing out on our line but after ¾ hour we had to bring everything back in and put it all in bags and took it to the marina laundry room. We got tokens for the dryer from the harbour master and at ...
... their instructions? As I cycled up to the office park hotel, I happened to spot a huge sign on the other side of a rather large highway that read "Hotel Postillion". Awesome!
After probing around the office park a bit, we eventually found the trail and discovered a foot bridge crossing the highway. We managed to make it to the hotel right around 5PM. This was a nice change from the day before when we arrived after 7PM and technically (according to the Dutch ...
... the standard market bits and pieces; handcrafts, clothes, ingredients, electronics, food and homewares, with one important stock item for sale. The festival traditionally began with and involved the sale of horses. Today, this is still a big part of the market, horses and ponies for sale. We even entered the raffle to win a pony. We tried some Dutch treats here, poffertijes, herrings and olibollen. The latter, taking me back to ...
... every village, town and large city in the nation.
Outside the church in Schoonhoven we could hear the singing of the congregants over that of our quadriceps as we pedaled out of the village and along the River Lek and its adjacent canals to Kinderdijk.
There is not a square foot of land in the western Netherlands from which water is not visible. The landscape is crisscrossed by hand-dug ditches two meters deep and ...