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. …
... return trip across the rooftop, leavened only by a single travelator, took us to D28 where I had expected to wait.
As it happens, boarding had already started and there was a long queue passing through the check to get on the plane. I looked around for the priority line and then realised that the long queue was the priority line. I suppose it didn't take too long.
This plane - to Heathrow - was full, but it ...
... River and was settled in the first century. The metro area has a population of around 1.2 million. It's called The Gateway to Europe because of its delta of the Rhine/Meuse/Scheldt Rivers giving shipping extensive access throughout. It was bombed to oblivion in 1940 when the Dutch refused to surrender to the invading Nazis. The city was rebuilt between 1950 and 70 so it's quite modern. They left plenty of parks and gardens to the ...
We cruise during the morning. Not much happens other than a talk by our tour guides literally about 'cruising the river'. Specifically, they tell us about the MS Inspire, 135 meters long and 11 meters wide. She was built in Serbia, flies the flag of Malta, weighs 2000 tons and draws 1.5 meters of water.
At one o'clock we dock in Rotterdam, the second largest city in Holland, and after Shanghai, the second busiest port in the world. When the Germans bombed ...
6 Aug 2013
The (Delft) Blues.
I had just parked my motorcycle next to an outdoor eating area in the city of Delft. I usually park in the busiest area as that is safer for the bike and I don't have to lock everything away. An older lady walked past and then stopped to admire the bike. "What a big and beautiful motorcycle" she said. “ And have you been to all those countries?” pointing to the few stickers on the ...