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After a good night sleep at our lovely hotel, we were all charged up to explore this charming little town called Delft. Delft is a old market town with lovely architectural features and traditional Holland canal houses. It's situated close to Dan Hague (the Hague, home to the Netherlands royal family) and is just 20 miles from the coast. It's a gem …
... the train station. There, at the station you'll see a big bicycle parking and from there many interesting buildings and streets.
Channels are clean and very green! Lots of trees are planted along the water canals and this makes a beautiful composition with the rest of the elements: water, buildings; colors, cafes and people.
In the city center you'll find the city hall and the New Church (16th century).
Not far from the main square, there's the Old Church with ...
... traditional Holland dishes. The poffertjes were delicious, but not so sure of eating raw herring too often.
Drove through The Hague to see all the green houses.
There are lots of small farms in Holland. The place is lush and green
We then went to the town of Zierikzee to have lunch. The fun part was that we got to have it in the garden of a family that Rolinka only recently met. The Douws had a neat little house and a lovely garden that included a pond with frogs and salamanders. They had ordered sandwiches from a bakery for us, and I had ham and cheese with boiled egg, cucumber and pickles. It was impossibly tasty. I think it's all down to the bread. For dessert there were … I ...
... to take many detours just to get us back to our hotel. She did a masterful job of navigating the night traffic of Amsterdam and we felt honored to be in her very capable hands, although I am sure the floor panels under the front seat are a little weaker today.
Having lived in the Netherlands all her life she made our tour come alive with her political and historic knowledge of many places we visited. THANK YOU ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Comfy, nice hotel with the perfect location right behind the old church. Parking at a Pay and park nearby.
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