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. …
Day 5 was a bit of a disaster really due to mechanical issues ( blisters the size of melons) I got the rather fantastic Dutch train to Haarlem, now any of you that have not travelled by train in holland should do so at some time as I personally view it as the eight wonder of the world.its everything the British railway isn't, it's clean, air conditioned, special carriages for bikes, it's punctual ...
... But then Michael came running out of the crowd yelling at us to move up the escalator. Easier said than done with luggage! Michael ran up the escalator like a man deranged to check in the tickets and we followed on at a leisurely rate. Then Michael ran back down and grabbed my bag and told us to hurry up. Made it to the train just in time, but there weren't any seats left so we had to sit in the passageway. Bruno was standing. At the next stop Michael and I found a seat, ...
... traditional Holland dishes. The poffertjes were delicious, but not so sure of eating raw herring too often.
Drove through The Hague to see all the green houses.
There are lots of small farms in Holland. The place is lush and green
... of water management and were instrumental in advising after Katrina devastated New Orleans. Controlling water is so important that the Dutch have very sensibly taken it out of the hands of politicians and invested power in a water board, the members of which are practically aristocracy. When you learn that 40% of the Netherlands is beneath sea level, and 60% of the population lives on that land, you understand why water is a constant, never-ending concern for these ...