Express By Holiday Inn Moerdijk
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... fear of having to feel such regret as I felt after realizing I'd let the opportunity to a great adventure go and I might never get the chance to do it again by far outweighted the fear of actually going, so I went. It was an amazing experience, and I am most defenitely hooked traveling now!
The aim for this summer will be the exact opposite of what happened last summer; this year I want an empty bank account but a bright and shining mind!
The past couple ...
... forward: into a delightful Delft afternoon; into the many courses Piet has prepared; into several bottles of an excellent Chateau Neuf du Pape (mostly consumed by Emily). Outside, the sun describes its inexorable arc; falling toward the horizon through a classically blue, late spring Delft sky; through the early hours of a delightful afternoon; and, unbeknownst to me; toward an altercation so shocking in its sudden violence that echoes of its passing will resonate with me ...
Started the day in Rotterdam and then a bus ride to Delft to tour the Delft factory where they make the blue and white China we have all seen. Lunch in the town of Delft with a quick walk around before returning to the boat for a walking tour of the windmills of Kinderdijk. A rather long day I must say but the weather has been great with sun and temperature in the ...
Sunday, August 31, 2014 Kinderdjik
After sailing from mid-night, we arrived in Kinderdijk to visit the unique historic UNESCO World Heritage Site with its network of 8 windmills and ingenious flood management devices. The windmills have been in operation since 1738 (one was reconstructed in the 1980's) and were essential in maintaining the land from flooding and in reclaiming about 35 % of The Netherlands' current land mass. At ...
... know some of you are wondering). The Dutch are tall people and I understand that they are not used to the smaller measurements but at least they could ask a child of the same height to try it. Anyway, Brian noticed that although the seat should be able to go down at least 4 more inches, the upturned tips of the bike rack were not allowing the seat to go down any lower. Brian, a stranger to finessing and working on an elegant solution, picked up a large ...