Bastion Hotel Rotterdam Brielle-Europoort
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... We also passed through one of the main tulip growing areas in Holland, however unfortunately the season is over so all we saw was the farmers mechanically collecting the bulbs for sale or storage for next years crop. Saw some other cut flowers growing which was quite pretty. Also called into a castle near Lisse, the Keukenhof. Although it was closed we snuck in on our bikes through an unattended gate for a quick look ...
Today some of us are moving slower than others. We spent an easy day sightseeing in Sommelsdijk and Brielle. Beautiful Dutch towns, so clean with exquisitly manicured landscaping every where. I love the old buildings, the tiny shops and quaint cafés. And the countryside is equally as beautiful. We have had perfect weather which I understand in not the norm here, but has made our first ...
... Bruno came in as well. Rotterdam was an hour and fifteen minutes away, so we arrived at five fifteen. From there we caught a taxi to Benthuizerstraat. On opening the green door, we found a flight of stairs. Spiral,skinny steps. One flight, two flights to Michael's flat. Then another flight to the bedroom. Hope I don't have to get up in the night to go to the toilet! The flat has a lovely ambience and is quite well kept. Furniture is old but all provided, as well as ...
Day started out with a small road trip out to Zaanse Schans. It has a collection of well preserved windmills and houses that date back to the 18th and 19th century. We went for the windmills. However on arrival the parking was a joke really expensive for a very short stop. So we were in and out in an hour, though did get some great shots ...
... and biking. I can understand now why the rest of the world thinks Canada is full of igloos.
My daughter's birthday falls in December and a colleague from work surprised us with some wonderful French pastries to celebrate the occasion! Leave it to the French to pick out wonderful wine and wonderful treats! There is a world renowned patisserie on a famous street here called "The Fred" where you can buy fresh bread and treats - but you have to get ...