Travel Blogs from Breda
We drove to Breda (following maps) after we found our luggage. I talked to a french guy who was also waiting for his luggage. I love the diversity of all the people. I like to hear them all speaking different languages, and just looking at them and the way they look and the way they speak and the way they dress.
Could not stay awake in the car. I should have listened to Ean. But I saw the neautiful countryside here and there.
We went to look for ...
... buy the spark plugs he was sure would fix everything. Eventually one of these unlikely drunken heros having many times already thrown his arms up in defeat and shouted "Youa needa Mechanico", had one more go and solved it, whatever it was! It didn't seem to matter to any of us that it wasn't the spark plugs. 2 days later we made it over the first of our Alpine passes no trouble.
More recently the ...
... Erasmusbrug / Erasmus Bridge (pictured) and then from there made our way up through some shopping districts to our hotel where we retired for a good nights sleep ahead of our check-out and trip to the wind mills of Kinderdijk.
We started day 2 with our breakfast from the hotel, I stuck with the yogurt, and some bread with ham and salami. Az went for the yogurt with some muesli/bran, plus some stroopwaffles.
After breakfast ...
... br> We did a few relaxing things at the small relaxing town we went to a few of the
Museums of history (Bier Reclame Museum) with very interesting things in there we stayed in a small brick house it was comfortable but not the best. The
Next day we left.
I go to the train station bright and early in the morning, today I am travelling from Brussels to Hamburg, via Cologne.
My ticket tells me that my train is leaving from platform 3B. I wonder if this is like platform 9 3/4?
But no, sure enough I find platform 3B, and no running through walls is required. Good.
An exceptionally long train pulls into the platform, and I assume that ...