Hampshire Hotel - Landgoed Stakenberg
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... of this country. We enjoyed ourselves and our biking so much we forgot a right turn and ended up in a little city surrounded by water called Naarden for lunch. To show you the beautiful shape f this little city I have taken a screen shot of it. The little town was a treasure find, so beautiful and small and perfect. We stopped for lunch at a restaurant decorated in stags and deer. Cow bells hung from the bar and the bronze decorated plates (like we have at home) ...
Got up nice and early to say farewell to everybody on the trip. We checked out of the hotel and stored our bags in lockers at Centraal. Carla and I went to the Rijks Museum which is a beautiful building. We did not have enough time to do the collection justice. We looked at classical Rembrandt pictures as well as Japanese prints, model ships and ceramics. Caught a train to ...
... we arrived in Delft.
Delft is a very small, charming town. The old church was located right near our hotel and the main town square was only a five minute walk away. On our first day, we did a 45 minute canal cruise and one hour walking tour. There are so many stories about Delft and so much history that we found really interesting, like; the old church tower is leaning quite significantly (sort of like the leaning tower of pisa) and ...
... town as a relic of the traditional native culture that was destined to disappear as the modernization of the Netherlands gained pace. Source: Wikipedia. Ger explained to me that this meant that as an island, there was also quite a bit of inbreeding going on.
After almost a full day of touring villages in ...
... on our photographic spree and had a happy morning exploring everywhere despite the rain. Tony did have a bit of a tantrum when the rain started coming down hard and we had to shelter from it under some scaffolding – by which time we were like drowned rats! When it had eased off a bit, we continued with our walk until lunchtime when we found a nice Italian restaurant.
By the time we’d finished our lunch, the rain had stopped and the ...