Tulip Inn Franeker
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The central part of Alkmaar where the shopping district, the cheese weigh house and our B&B is located on an island. Parking is very pricey so we were instructed to park off the island for free and take the ferry back. This the first time we have commuted from parking lot to hotel by ferry. Alkmaar is a cute downtown. The bicyclists are not …
... They are always willing to help and their Dutch language is close enough to Afrikaans that even I can understand them. The drivers of cars have a genuine respect for cyclists and always give way to us lessor mortals. When we are driving in our camper other road users are very considerate and courteous and so far "road rage" is unknown.
And so we rode and we rode and we rode. ...
... moments, as in we've been here before, we arrived back in camp 52 kms of cycling later.
Apart from navigation confusion, the whole experience was great, as the countryside is stunningly beautiful, with meadows filled with cows and sheep and canals everywhere. The Dutch people are extremely neat and tidy. The houses are all very well maintained with picture book gardens filled with Rhododendrons in various colours. ...
... Wadden See is also
some 3 meters higher than the Ijsselsee. This is the main dyke that allows for
the existence of Holland as we now know it. Without this dyke, Rotterdam would
be in the sea. The wind here was so strong that we were struggling to walk
From here we moved on to Leeuwarden where we moved into a
really smart campsite surrounded by water. The ...
A very wet, windy, uneventful day! But pleasant all the same. We had a morning of guitar practice and Graham Norton then a wet, windy wander to the Windmill to buy gas and poo bags (the windmill is converted into a pet shop that does gas on the side... Go figure!) On to supermarket for a few bits for dinner then back to camp to drop off the shopping and Prego. Due to the ...