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... you're safe you have to watch out for the people on bikes! They have their own bike lanes, and they expect pedestrians to stay out of their way, and if you don't, ring, ring goes their little bell, and you'd better move or you'll get run over!!
We took a couple photos of the bike racks just to show the crazy number of bikes in this city. Somewhere Mike read a fact that said that there ...
... and given an extra-thorough pat down. Upon arrival at the hotel, we were informed that our reservations had been cancelled. Once we worked out the issues with the hotel staff, we were told that they only had a room with two twin beds, and that room wouldn't be ready until 2pm. So...we had the bellman store our bags and off we went. The location of the Grand Amrath is wonderful. We strolled around, absolutely amazed at the number of bicycles in ...
... get my bearings. I found my favourite pub in the whole world. Ever. Or so I thought... When I checked into my hotel, the landlord advised me that the front door shuts at 1am. But anytime I get home, to ring the doorbell and somebody will let me in because the bar is open 24hrs for residents. So if I wake up at 5am, I can go down to the bar and get a pint! As a wise man I know would say, bonza! Prob go for a canal cruise tomorrow, so early night for ...
... headwind!) for 20mins only, then we were back to hot sunshine in time for the 19 windmills along the Kinderdijk. Magical views. Lots of the windmills are still in use and the quaint little houses beneath with their tiny windows lined with red gingham curtains and the clogs lined up outside the door, fulfilled my childhood fantasy of Holland. Brilliant day but exhausting first ride! Still made it to our boat now moored on the Let, and we departed ******* time for Dortrecht. Sailed ...
... Royal Palace. The church isn't actually that new being a 15th century building. It's now used as an exhibition space, rather than a church. Rounding the corner from the church we were startled by a woman in underwear parading herself in her lit window - more so because she was unexpected. We weren't in the Red Light District.
It was raining harder so we made our way to the restaurant Briony had been to, and luckily booked for us, 'de ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed