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Started off the day with the family at a local market around 1pm.
Magdalena and I got in touch and she invited me to go on a day trip to a town Called Delft which is a short 15 minute train ride from The Hague.
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... so we headed straight to the I Amsterdam letters. On the tram on the way there, some obnoxious tourists started asking me how to get around the city and which stop they needed. They actually had missed their stop, so I was showing them where to go next. When we got to the letters, there were a lot of people around, so we only took a few pictures from a long way back (of me in my bright pink pants!). We walked over to the Van Gogh museum, where pictures were ...
... was just off of the main square.
This is the city where the Dutch Royal Family buries its dead. This has been going on since William of Orange was assassinated here and the body could not be gotten back to the original family crypt. The last members of the family interred were the parents of the current Queen. The crypt is inside the new church. This church was built on this spot because at least two people were having visions of a new church on this spot and when the ...
Wednesday Aunt Kay and I set off south by train for Delft and the Hague. We didn't have good luck with the weather - rain and strong winds - but we still got to see and do some fun things.
Delft is a beautiful, quaint city, with more of a small village feel than Amsterdam, even though Delft is by no means small, with a population of approximately 100,000 people.
While there we toured the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), the Markt (the main ...