BEST WESTERN Hotel The Goderie
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Today we spend a full morning at Noteboom garage located in Barendrecht. Noteboom offered to do a full check on the car which of course is very much welcome!
We started out by putting the car on the bridge and do a general check on the underside of the car. Despite it's age and kilometers, we were all quite impressed by what we saw! Everything looks clean, no rust etc.
We then moved on to changing the motor oil and oil filter. The oil coming from the ...
... Tequila Sunrise and Mom blew off the usual White Russian and had Amaretto on the rocks. We sat with a radiologist from Colorado and Mom talked about Nickole with him. All in all it was a nice evening and since we were packed up already, we stayed until 11pm and that was it.
Tomorrow we made arrangements with the desk to have a cab ready for us at 11am to take us to our hotel, just a few blocks away but impossible to navigate to by ourselves with our ...
... of October, depending on the weather as whilst it is like this we want to stay and play!
It was nearly lunchtime by the time we cast off with John navigating again today. We had a sail navigating a narrow channel between 2 islands to our first lock to take us from the Grevelinenmeer (salt water lake with no tides) to the Oosterschelde ( tides and salt water). At our second lock we went on to the Volkerak with fresh water, ...
... dusk the fairy lights came on and the atmosphere changed by putting the sun/rain parasols up with the heaters on and lighting the candles, it became very cosy. We didn’t really want to leave. We liked Den Haag and it is another city we would like to visit with more time, so perhaps next year we will bring ST.
We returned on the metro all the way back to Rotterdam, quite late and tired and straight to ...
... we were cooking a couple of days ago, the weather reminds me of Melbourne. The first stop was at Delf, a Dutch picture postcard old town at the half way mark. Delf is famous for its Delfware Pottery, (blue stuff) 11-13th century town square and houses, its association with the Dutch Royals and the painter Johannas Vermeer. It is also famous for an explosion in the gunpowder store on 12 Oct 1654 which ignited 30 tonnes ...