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... are chained, so lots of times they are painted really ugly to make them less attractive to thieves.
When we arrived in Delft, we went to the tourist information office and got a map which was not very useful. Corrie and Jan were trying to figure it out while Marieke and I just followed along. We ended up seeing most everything. We took a ride on the canals, and I took a lot of pictures. Jan took one too of a famous bridge ...
5th July 2012
It rained in the night and looking at the weather forecast last night, it should have rained yesterday and for the next few days. At the moment it is warm and sunny 26° at 9am. It is even forecasting thunder for this afternoon which when you are on a steel boat on water, is not the best situation to be in.
We left Delfshaven in Rotterdam and had a pleasant journey to Delft. ...
We drove to Breda (following maps) after we found our luggage. I talked to a french guy who was also waiting for his luggage. I love the diversity of all the people. I like to hear them all speaking different languages, and just looking at them and the way they look and the way they speak and the way they dress.
Could not stay awake in the car. I should have listened to Ean. But I saw the neautiful countryside here and there.
We went to look for ...
... fruit), packing up and doing a lot of blogging. At around midday I left for the train station to get my train to Antwerp. It’s about a 1hr ride all together with one change however for me it took 3 hrs with 2 long changes. I made it in the end though and found my way to the hostel which is in an old chocolate factory which is cool. It’s a small hostel which was nice and quiet ...
... straight to the train station under the airport. So efficient! We were accompanied by some of our travelling companions, Betty and Fred and Val and Jim.
Arrived quickly into Rotterdam Centraal Station but as we were loaded down with luggage we wanted to take an elevator. The only available one was for staff and goods, not really passengers and took into the belly of the service area of the train station. Luckily ...
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