Hotel & Restaurant Het Tramstation
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... on Sundays it is unmanned, the double red light means we can go through with caution and we should have enough clearance. We did-- plenty-- about 120 mm! We then motored on for 90 minutes to a place called Leerdam where the harbourmaster greeted us most cordially and found us a spot. We took a bike ride and then settled down for a good rest. (Hard day so ...
Today we rode to Heusen, a fortified city. Had lunch there and walked around the city. From there we cycled on a high dike through towns where the houses all had thatched roofs. We wound up at another fortified castle. We then took a very small ferry to return to the ...
... car of choice for many. They even have multistory bike parks, just like our carparks. There were thousands of bikes parked in them. The riders determine their own road rules, so long as they get what they want. Our tour guide, Renee, said that a study had indicated that 90% of bike riders ignore traffic signals, but if you stand on the path that they consider their own, they can make their displeasure felt. They slow down for no-one and nothing. They are a powerful lobby ...
It is Tuesday 19 April, I am writing this in my outdoor office (see picture) and I have learnt something about writing a blog...if you don't write every day the details are lost...yes, yes I hear my writing friends laughing at me.
Our main reason for being in The Netherlands is to visit some of my family. I have a big family, we will try to see as many cousins as possible, but our time is short, so it will be flying visits everywhere we go with ...
... a bruised back even less change! Yes…I REALLY wanted to visit Pushkar and meet its people again!
The drive back to Pushkar feels like coming home in a sense. At the beginning of 2010 I’ve been here for over 3 months while repairing the van, know it very well and met lots of people. And this time I get to see water in the lake… which has turned the village into its mystical self again! First visit stop: Cindy, my Dutch friend whom I met in ...