Hotel Coen Delft
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... Kerk. Buried here is Johannes Vermeer a Dutch painter whose most famous painting is Girl with a Pearl Earring. Almost everywhere you stand in either church are tombs of people buried in the church. The Oude Kerk had beautiful stained glass windows that tell biblical stories.
We walked about 25 minutes to the Delft factory. We sat and had lekker (yummy) apple pie, viewed the beautiful courtyard, then off to our audio tour. We learned blue and white ...
We arrived in The Hague on the 30th and stayed for 1 night in a B&B right across the road from where, by funny coincidence, they are building the new premises for the International Criminal Court (unfortunately not being finished means Anna will have to slum it for the next 3 months). After settling in, we headed down to check out the North Sea and the biggest beach resort in the Netherlands. It was sunny, but the cold wind ...
... just look at me and say, "EVEN RUSSIA? how about Germany!? She then ran and told her mom in disbelief who was making us a chicken dinner... I think she said it was the chickens from her farm (see Kim, I guess moms dogs aren't the only ones that eat their pets). We ate in their dining area which I thought was outside, but really the glass walls just slide into each other so you can make it either or. Then the girls cleared and did all of the dishes, and showed me where everything ...
... for the older part of the city. Of course, it's much different from every other Dutch city that I'd been in to date, as it has a ton of new architecture that coexists seemingly peacefully with the four hundred year old buildings. When I first arrived, despite the fact that it was nearly 11 am, there was hardly anybody on the streets, and I was able to wander about without the worry of being mowed down by a herd of angry cyclists ...
... It was cool to watch the dry sand whip about in different patterns on the surface of the compact sand when the wind picked up. On our way away from the beach we saw two people getting ready to go surfing...
Josh suggested that we take a different trail home so that we could see more of the park. We headed up the beach to where a trail started to the side of a large sand dune. This trail took us more through the back dunes that are covered in ...