Landgoed de Rosep
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... included resisting the Nazi regime years ago. Following the opening, we heard from a Houten City Planner who showed us sketched plans of the Houten over the last 50 years to demonstrate the growth of Houten. He explained to us that they are not anti-car, so they have developed a “ring road” around the city so people can use their cars, yet places within the city such as the ...
... drink on one of the cobbled side streets. The waiter brought a little dish of treats for Prego so was an instant hit! After another wander, we spotted a Thai restaurant and ended up having a completely spontaneous dinner at Mai Thai! Very extravagant but we're worth it! We had a nice chat with Ernest and his Thai wife and generally put the world to rights over delicious food. Heaven! Home via a quick run for Prego in a forest clearing near the campsite and bed for the final Sharpe... ...
... We got our rental car which is a 2014 Lexus, very nice. 1154 km on the clock. The left hand drive takes a bit of getting used to. Also had to be shown how to start it as it has the no key start system which is just a bit techo for me. Then it was off to Papendrecht to see Ton & Ria. We managed to get there without to many mishaps although I did have to circle the streets a couple of times to get to Ton & ...
... computer trying to clear all old files and photos to get it to work faster. Isi was doing puzzles till bedtime. When we went to bed the water was lapping against the hull and it sounded as though we were travelling, (John said “there was a mischievous Mermaid swimming around the Marina knocking on the hulls, trying to scare us sailors!” he has a furtive imagination) but it was just choppy. A look out of the window confirmed we were still securely ...
... chat. More on our fellow travelers on a later blog. Just wanted to have it on the record that the Shepherds - Team Texas - did not take shortcuts. Quite the contrary.
Also, on the first day of our tour, we were too focused on riding to stop and take pictures. I wish I had taken pictures of the very nice houses entering Gouda. They had individual draw bridges instead of driveways. Since the canal ran right in front of these houses, the owner's cars could only ...