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 ...
Cousin Marjolign and second cousin Melissa took us on a tour of Delft. This included the Old Delft Blue factory dating back to the 1600's. Delft is an old city with 3 magnificent old churches with in only a couple of hundred meters of each other. Beautiful old streets and lanes with house dating back ...
... modern seaside resort located on the North Sea with a very long and wide sandy beach, a huge boardwalk, a pier, and a lighthouse. It reminded us of our trip to Brighton, England a few years ago. The beach is very popular especially on weekends and contains many restaurants, bars and amusements. Our B&B is one block from the beach, next door to a Dinner Theatre and a Casino. The wind was very gusty yesterday and this morning but it was very ...
... ham and eggs sandwich for Yvonne and I. Barbara and I had coffee with milk while Yvonne enjoyed a cappuccino.
We enjoyed the city square as much as the cold light rain would permit, finally escaping to view the inside of the "Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) which contained the magnificent, mausoleum of Prince William of Orange and the burial vaults of the Royal Family and the Grave of Hugo de Groot.