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. …
... at her place tonight, so we started making our way home. On the way we stopped to buy some wine, and saw some beautiful looking cherries, so bought a box of them too. They were from Spain, and the biggest, juiciest cherries ever. Ate quite a few before we arrived home.
We caught the tram to Melindas, the same line we got lost on last week! She said she tried to prepare Dutch things for us. First up we had salmon rolls with zucchini, pine nuts and a cheesy sauce as well ...
... 1940, 30,000 people lost their lives and the Dutch capitulated. Today, Rotterdam is a modern city, reconstructed rather than rebuilt.
We have a choice of afternoon activity: a tour of Rotterdam, walking around Delft or a tour of the Royal Delft Factory. Of course, we choose the factory. The tour bgins with a brief talk about Delft (faience), a movie about its development from its beginings as a crude local pottery and the influence of the Chinese blue and ...
Woke up to parking inspectors wrighting us a parking ticket, Ben managed to sweet talk them out of it so it was a quick up and on the move this morning. Stopped to explore Delft, charming little town. Best of all it was market day! Bought the best slippers ever, shaped like wooden clogs, can't ...
... 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.