Bastion Hotel Rotterdam Brielle-Europoort
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Brielle
... in 1575 the oldest university here . We had lunch in the cafe too. Birthday wishes from family and friends - thanks - Nata and Peter skyped me - another skill I need to learn . I did take a selfie of some giant waterlily plant leaves but have lost that ...
... the Delft Blue Pottery factory
One afternoon, we went bike riding to Delft. We biked through woods and in the city and enjoyed seeing horses, canals, bridges, wooden ferries and lots of other bike riders! The bike paths are fabulous in the Netherlands and they make biking so easy. Even so, Peter did a great job acting as Katie's bike/body guard and kept her safe when traversing the busy roads!
We also had a great tour of a ...
... somewhat upbeat and sanitized version of the life of all the heads of the House of Orange ("King William I was very good at managing the economy. Pay no attention to the fact that he ****** off the Belgians so much they had a revolution against him...")
Other than that, we just walked around and soaked up the ambiance. We had a dinner of which I have somewhat divided opinions. The food was actually ...
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 ...
... time we were there, they were rennovating the old dairy barn to hold dairy cows for after the European milk quota ends April 1, 2015. All the cows were out on pasture, and the heifer calves would be the future milking cows.
We set to work in the barns, ripping up the old freestall mats so they could replace them. It was pretty fun, we talked to Mark a lot as we worked, and had music playing. We took ...