Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Carlton
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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This morning we got up bright and early, and saw that it was a beautiful day. We were, I would say, pretty efficient about cleaning ourselves up and eating breakfast. We had a plan, you see, to visit two cities (admittedly right next to each other), The Hague and Delft, so we were trying to get going early and not waste time. This went really well up to taking the tram to the station (before 9am!); after that, things started going wrong. ...
... your destination. Well, that's the theory any way, LOL! So today was a day of firsts. First sight of windmills, tulips, a raised canal bridge, bike ferry and beautiful Dutch architecture. It was very exciting and Rob and Emma were sick of me taking photos. We made our way out towards the coast, passing through the Zuid-Kennemerland National Park which consists of sand dunes, forest and country ...
... illusions. The museum was also full of wonderful chandeliers made by the Rotterdam artist Hans van Bentem. There were violins, a skull and crossbone, a vase among many others. So really in essence there were three museums in one. A very very interesting place, and one which I would definitely return too! Entry was 9 euros and worth every cent! After a good few hours in the museum, the four of us went for a wander up the sand, tree lined ...
... It was too cold, we were tired, Lance's foot was bleeding and Mom's hurt, so on the train we went. It continued to rain, and honestly if we were all better prepared it wouldn't have been so bad. Now we know.
Well, there is my novel from the day. We had a great steak dinner Kit cooked once we got home, and Mom and Lance watched some trashy American TV. I truly must admit I am disappointed these shows ...
... meatballs with cheese in the middle.
Dawn, Jeff and I went to Albert Heijn (grocery store) and got picnic food for dinner, which we ate on the terrace in front of the hotel. The little unimpressed cat was suddenly very impressed with us, but she gave up eventually and elected to look picturesque on a plant-filled bench instead.
Am now going to put some quality time into trying to pack my suitcase without squashing or breaking anything. Good luck to ...