Hostellerie Schuddebeurs - Hampshire Classic
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Wed Jul 30
-we got up, had bfast, and then set out to tour the star shaped walls of Willemstad.
-we were expecting a walled city like York but instead these were earth dikes Netherlands style. Imagine that. …
... in the peoples lives as it can be overcast in the morning,pouring rain one minute,and the next sunny,so you try to be prepared,taking with you raincoat , umbrella, and warm jumper just in case it gets cold. We also attended a BBQ with friends which we have met in Holland,it was very nice. Rien and I seen a lot of Holland ,met some lovely people,had some good laughs, eaten plenty of a variety of foods and put on a few kilo's, but ...
Thursday 22nd - this morning we headed straight for the train station to catch the next train to Rotterdam. Train ride only took an hour and a bit so we were in Rotterdam before we knew it. We checked into our hostel - dorm room of 24! Looks like the hostel is set up in an old library. We went for a walk around town, took in some sights and some shops. Had some lunch and ...
... the bridge to the museum. It was a wonderfully sunny day and I was just lapping up the beautiful sunshine :) in the afternoon I got myself a delicious waffle too, very yummy! I wandered back to the house in the mid-afternoon and relaxed with a cup of tea. Clara got home around 6.30pm and we sat around chatting. We were about to start making dinner when their landlords stopped by to tell them that they wanted to end their lease early and to tell them some options they ...
... that hotel.
Our first stop today was at the Watersnood Museum dedicated to the flood of 1953. In January of of that year there was a huge storm, and the dikes protecting South Holland failed. A huge swath of the land was badly flooded, and people's homes were destroyed. It was essentially the Netherlands' Katrina. I'm glad to say that the US did its part in sending aid to the people of South Holland. But just imagine: The war is less than 10 years in the past. ...