Mercure Hotel Dordrecht
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The children thought it hilarious that we were riding through their playground. We felt very much like the Pied Piper with kids of all ages running behind our Pino!
As we approached the exit gate, a mother held it open as kids darted through to follow by us!
The drizzle continued steadily. Drizzle doesn't phase Dutch folk. Certainly it's no cause for wet weather gear! For us, three hours in drizzle would have had us ...
... because of the water eddies affecting us. Thank goodness we had the tide with us and not against us too!! When we turned on to the Spui, it was not supposed to have a tidal flow and if it did it should have been with us, BUT it did have a flow and was quite strong against us! This section is manually controlled and normally has a flow going north, and by jove it did, but not as much as the Oude Maas.
We made it a short day by stopping ...
... These are conditions I typically enjoy while kiting or windsurfing but I have to admit they aren't nearly as much fun when you are biking. Erika observed at one point that the steady rain was fallling sideways into our eyes making it slightly harder to see than one might prefer. Nevertheless, the Dutch countryside is beautiful. In the rain, the many shades of green are made even more impressive by the shiny film of water coating everything. Erika didn't really seem to ...
... height: normal;">-the hotel is a converted water tower and it is totally cool. There are gardens and canals on the grounds and you wonder why you should leave.
-Dordrecht is definitely cool and we haven't even done the old town.
-the ride today was much more palatable even in ...
... every possible shop within a one block radius (including a great cheese shop and the hagues 'best' bakery). We spent the next couple of days settling in - buying sheets, towels and kitchen utensils, undertaking a dry run to Anna's new workplace, finding Anna a bike and stocking up on seafood, fruit and vege from The Hague market (which just so happens to be the largest in Europe apparently and very handy to our new ...