BEST WESTERN Museumhotels Delft
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Comfy, nice hotel with the perfect location right behind the old church. Parking at a Pay and park nearby.
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... chance to look around and buy souvenirs.
After this we took the group to the central area of Delft. From here there was several interesting things to do. There was a great cheese shop in Markt square offering samples and purchases of all manner of cheeses - my favourite was coconut cheese! There was also several restaurants to eat in and both myself, the driver and several passengers had a lovely burger and chips. I ...
... and check out the town. Might as well join the bike chaos. It has sprinkled on an off all day. We managed to walk around Delft a little, eat a yummy pannekoeken ( they don't run them to the table here) shop a bit and have a beer. I think I might need hip replacement when I get home from all the walking we've done on this vacation! I hope all is well in ...
Day one consisted of a wet and torturously slow journey to Harwich, Dan, Claire and Phoebe met with us at Stanstead services and Mike and I travelled in convoy with them and were delayed by a serious accident with police vehicles dashing past us in great numbers. Once at Harwich we met with Marcus, Sara, Jacob and Becky who had left much later and had a far better journey using the M1. We all had the meal I ...
... name...but Delft is still where this form of art was born.
The train ride was only 20 minutes from Leiden to Delft. A bartender in Leiden warned me this was the worst train station she'd ever seen....she must not have traveled too much because I've seen much worse in Italy. I got a rude awakening to how much more touristy Delft was when I paid the same amount as my great Leiden hotel and ended up with a closet-space room. I went straight to one of the main ...
... the canal boat tours. The next one with room was an hour away, so we gratefully sat at a dockside table with a cold Coke Light (European for Diet Coke--and still no ice...) and a new treat, a gevulde koek. This pastry tastes like Karen's sister Joan's bonket, with a buttery crust and an almond paste filling. Joan rolls hers; this was shaped like a little pie. So yummy! Our boat tour was in an open boat, which was much lower profile than the larger, covered one. This ...