Hampshire Hotel - Landgoed Stakenberg
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... on my runs or cycling.
- The wind is insane. It sounds like a plane taking off right over my room.
- The food is amazing. Like I said, I haven't had a bad meal yet. The cheese alone could be hard to leave.
A lot remains to be seen still. I definitely am considering this my adjustment period. However, one thing is for sure...The availability of Nutella and an espresso machine in this house may be the death of me.
... After doing some exploring we stopped in a beautiful little shop that sold a range of art and sold hot chocolate. Even though they had closed the owner made us a hot drink and we sat down and chatted to her about our travel and New Zealand and her Welsh cob horse and Germany and a lot of other things. She was lovely to us. We left after a while and happily made the short leg back to Weesp. With slightly sore bums we returned our gorgeous bikes, paid the minimal hire ...
... dutch and kisses, and soon were catching up with our relatives and sharing stories about Canada which intrigued them immensely, particularly when we were describing what 'poutine' was.
In the evening, and it is still light out here even at 10:30, we witnessed a glorious sunset before retiring from the days events.
... 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 ...
... to the mainland, making it a peninsula. Marken is a well-known tourist attraction, with visitors coming here to view the characteristic wooden houses of this old fishing village. For some time during the later 19th and early 20th centuries, Marken and its inhabitants were the focus of considerable attention by folklorists, ethnographers and physical anthropologists, who regarded the ...