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... a ways to the bus station and take the 81 to old town Delft. It's a quick ride for €2 each but any walking I can save for Mom is good. The whole town square is deserted. Some of the stores are closed and when we asked about the Delft Blue factory, the bookstore lady thought it might be closed. Besides, it's a partial tram ride coupled with a long walk which is not happening. Fortunately for Karen, not me, there's a Royal Delft shop right here on the square so ...
... found the best places to visit and although we didn't achieve or visit the main tourist attractions, aimlessly wandering through the city absorbing the different culture suited me just fine. We will be returning back in a few weeks to do all this, however I would love to see and experience this city in the summer. Next stop as an equally subdued city in Brugge, Belgium. The city had a very isolated feel, cut off from modern society with its old ...
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During a visit to a diamond factory in Amsterdam, We learned that diamond cutting technology was a four-hundred-year-old tradition of certain Jewish families specializing in ...
... the front door, one more flight to get to the main floor. It was very spacious, with large rooms. There was one bathroom with a whirlpool tub and a shower. There was a large terrace off the second floor that had a table and chairs. All the stair cases were curved and a lot skinnier than stairs we are used to in the US.
We met up with Saurabh and Vartika at the Pancake Bakery. We had dutch pancakes (which are more like french crepes), then on to the Winkel for apple pie and beer.
... back home.
The trip went very smoothly and we even ran into other Americans (from Michigan and Utah) who were waiting for our same train. Although we had to carry all of our luggage with us, rather than checking it in like on a plane, it was a much nicer experience than the hassle of an airport.
By far the best part ...