Hostellerie Schuddebeurs - Hampshire Classic
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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 ...
... all their courses are in English, so there is really no need to learn more than the basics I guess. Clara is quiet, but very funny and positive and has a wonderfully calm vibe. I liked her! Although she sleeps quite late at around 2am, which my body clock can't seem to do. Between 10pm and midnight I tend to get very tired and I have to sleep. But she didn't mind. Wednesday 19 March Clara wasn't awake in the morning yet, but she gave me a key and a map and I went to ...
... coming toward our group, someone shouts "Fiets!" and we all move to the right to let the bike pass. The funny thing is that all the bikes look ancient. Only about one in every 20 bikes looks new or special. Everyone else seems to have one that was built in 1956. Heidi and I speculated that an old bike could be less of a temptation to a thief, or it could be that the bikes are used so much that of course they look ancient.
Rolinka told us that when she was a ...
... an hour looking at the detail of everything that had been built hundreds of years. After this I had really worked up an appetite and so I asked the lady "Waar kan ek a lekker pannekoek eet". She told me straight away "die stad koffyhuis" and wow she was right. Mike had said I MUST have a pancake and it was certainly a good choice. So I had a pancake and of course a beer. But I couldn't believe how big the pancake was- it's the size of ...
Had another great weather day in Deflt. Rain was forecast a couple days ahead, but we were again blessed with mostly clear skies, though much cooler. Hildrun, Amanda, and I led the group on
the Delft permanent walk that ended up being about 12 km. Lovely city similar in many ways to Bruges - both part of the Lowland Countries historically, both laced with canals, both prosperous
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