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. …
Hi all,at last I have Wifi,so to all who read my travel blog We hope you are all well. I had written a nice long blog and I lost it ,so I have to write it again. We have had a busy time over the past few weeks visiting family and friends,our DUTCH family has increased here in the Netherlands to a total of 37 different people young and old have stayed with us at Razorback over the years,and it has been wonderful to see everyone ...
... my first Dutch visitors at Razorback) was waiting for us ,they made the best Applepie in Holland Dudok,and it was great .and then they took us to Zadkine monument ( a representing statue of the heart of Holland was torn apart with the bombing of ROTTERDAM during the war)and then we walked all around the city centrum looking at all the old buildings etc The girls then took us to a eatery HAPPY ITALY for dinner and it was an open kitchen where you could see all ...
... selling Delft--plates with the Girl with the Pearl and windmills are particularly popular-- and wooden shoes) and what look like tacky restaurants. Going on today in the center of the plaza, a tai chi demonstration, performance artists--musical and mime, and games ranging from chess to bean bag toss. It's hard to imagine the square is ever peaceful; today, the increased bustle of the holiday traffic and the addition of flea-market type vendors that have set up shop ...
... like really typical college boys - baseball caps, ratty t-shirts, pizza - but they were all studying things like water management, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, and even aerospace. They all spoke excellent English (of course) and seemed happy enough to talk to us, though perhaps a bit bemused by a large group of curious Americans.
Our guide for this morning, Renee, is also a student here in Delft, and she is studying what she called ...