Best Western Cityhotel the Goderie
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... boarded our ship and relaxed before lunch. Lunch was later because we waited for those who went to the Delta Works. After lunch, we sailed or an hour to see the 19 windmills of Kinderdijk, built around 1740. The Netherlands, of course, is known for its windmills, and nowhere will you find more than near this little village. These windmills have been well preserved, and in 1997 were made a UNESCO ...
... we were finally near the site. In the end we paid for a quick one-minute ferry across the canal adjacent to the parking area. These canals make construction traffic so much worse! If it wasn't for the commuter ferry service, there would be no way to quickly navigate across the city!
Once parked we took a stroll down the canal where all the old windmills once worked to maintain the water level in the area. They had been built in the 18th century to help ...
... again. Rien and I were invited by tante Jo to the Euro Mast with Conny and Jan for a Hi Tea,it was unfortunate that it was not a clear day but we could see all of Rotterdam ,with all it's new buildings and water ways Rotterdam has a very busy harbour with plenty of containers much more than at home.We all had the chance to see the young tourists climbing the Euro Mast from the ground to the top of the Euro Mast on long ropes ,some of ...
After getting to bed last night at 12.30, we slept in this morning till after nine! Had a leisurely breakfast during which we heard the church bells ringing, so we decided we might try to go to mass. The church was just around the corner, and when we got there at ten to twelve, people were coming out from eleven o'clock mass. Everything was written in Dutch so we couldn't understand a thing, but there was a part that looked like it ...
... list of places to see. This network of mills have been built in the 1740's to drain out water from the polders into a temporary reservoir in order to keep the polders dry. There were two main types of windmills in the area, One: Used to drain water from polders to a reservoir and second: to move this water from the reservoir to the rivers when the river water level's low enough. All the windmills ...