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. …
Thursday 28th August 2014
We woke up to no condensation this morning, a first for quite a long time. We expect this in September but not August so it shows how cold the nights have been getting. We are still very cosy with just our summer duvet on but normally we would have just the duvet cover!
We went to the Haven Meister to hand in our gate fob and bought some charts. Isi asked about the WiFi because of ...
... at. I was worried he might complain to the hostel, so I casually stood in the doorway of the building next door doing something on my phone. He stormed up to me and asked me in broken English "Are you staying here?" - presumably meaning of course the building I was in front of. I chose to understand his question to mean "Are you staying in the hostel?" and answered in the affirmative. He stormed off, I assume to find the building manager for the wrong building, and then ...
We woke up early today to leave Holland. Melinda came and picked us up about nine and took us to the rail station. Michael rode his bike to the station so then he could go to work.
Bit of a teary goodbye, but Michael said he is going to try and come home for Christmas.
Train arrived and we hopped on, arriving to Amsterdam airport half an hour later.
Then we had a ...
... introduced by the Eastern trade, the incorporation of the factory in 1653 and its receiving the Royal imprimatur in 1919. (There are other factories making Delft, but Royal Delft is the single one in continuous operation.) We then pass through a small museum of historical Delft pieces, special commissions, a Delft dress and a replication of Vermeer's dining room complete with Delft ware appropriate to the period. The most memorable work is a monumental rendering ...