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... until night time! It was 8:30am!
Well after hastily going downstairs and onto the railway on our way to Delft here's some more things I noticed:
-Still too loud for Dutch standards
-Some of the trains/subway are two floor high kinda like those London buses, but trains.
-McDonalds in the Netherlands are not yellow and red like in the US, its a deep forest green with brown wood panels o.0
After arriving to her stop we walked a bit I quickly ...
... late nights.
Off to the coast today as really all the kids want is a beach (hmm, lot of money for a play in the sand!). Charlie is off at Camp Kids Club speaking Dutch with the other little Quinten and Lieves. I'm sure he's not bothered by this because he's heard so much at Lonneke's house!
I've posted a couple of trial photos from my phone.. when I work out how to download from the camera there will be more pics and less talking!
Happy days everyone.
... that hotel.
Our first stop today was at the Watersnood Museum dedicated to the flood of 1953. In January of of that year there was a huge storm, and the dikes protecting South Holland failed. A huge swath of the land was badly flooded, and people's homes were destroyed. It was essentially the Netherlands' Katrina. I'm glad to say that the US did its part in sending aid to the people of South Holland. But just imagine: The war is less than 10 years in the past. ...
... 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.
... was standing in the Ulm Cathedral in Germany. After an hour and a half I then went to the town square which was just ridden in spectacular old buildings. From here I went to Die Oude Kerk and spoke some Afrikaans to the lady at reception for some time before going in. As soon as I walked in I could feel myself relax completely. This cathedral is even more beautiful than Die Niewe Kerk. I went and found a chair and just sat down ...