Landgoed de Rosep
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... we decided to have another night here as it was looking decidedly darker and windier.
An English couple came round to have a chat and told us there is a small supermarket a "short" walk away (not that we need anything) and also told us the sports complex and restaurant next door (which had about 100 places and packed every night as it was a good value eat as much as you can deal) had been owned by a china man but was closed. He made a lot of money out ...
... coffee shop has WiFi but there has been at least one that didn't (always best to ask about WiFi before you order!) At any rate, after establishing internet connectivity we could then make a Skype call to the hotel to let them know we would be late. This process could likely take 2 hours in a new city. So on the first night in Gouda I decided we should just find the hotel and not worry about calling them to let them know we would be late.
With all of this in ...
... the town's old market bidding clock. Instead of numbers 1-12, the clock went in tens (10, 20, 30..) for euros, and light up cent values. In front of the clock was the old chairs with buttons on the arms to bid. I really liked learning about that, and seeing some of the town history. In my hometown, our fair does a lot of that, and it was nice to see a private farmer wanting to preserve history.
The time in Holland was all about the people and we want to thank everybody for making it such a fantastic time and experience. If we start thanking everyone by name then I’m sure we are going to forget someone but we should mention Oma van Echtelt who has done so much for us and made our stay extra special!
Leaving Holland with a few tears and a load of great memories, next we are going east, to Berlin.
Doei Holland and thanks again ...
... afternoon, there was nothing for us to do but ride. Schoonhoven is the smallest municipality by land area in the Netherlands, and the thoroughly Protestant community was tightly buttoned up on Sunday morning, the villagers emerging only for worship. Here within the 14th-century city walls, we learned in short order that he who wishes to bike through the Netherlands must first come to terms with cobblestones. They pave the innermost streets ...