Hotel de Plataan
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From Amsterdam we hopped on a train for an hour or so along to the small town of Delft just near the Hague. We don't have long in Holland, just 9 days but wanted to make the most of it and venture further out than Amsterdam.
As the train neared Hague Cenral station the brakes were suddenly locked on and the train snaked around struggling to stay on the tracks. Something had definitely happened and once we finally made it into the station ...
... full of extremely pretty canals and buildings. Being a Thursday it was also their market day, so the town square was full of stalls selling food, drinks and flowers. I went on a tour of the canals, climbed the 'new' church tower (which gave fantastic views back towards The Hague and surrounding countryside) and ate, reputedly, the best sandwich in holland (voted number one 3 years running) on a floating terrace on a side canal. ...
... it I became friends with a girl name Lindsey who is also traveling alone to Europe. We exchanged emails and might actually meet up later in the month! It was a quick meet, but she seemed really nice and fun, and I could go for making as many friends as I can right away. I only slept about an hour on the plane because it was about -20 degrees in there. I would ask the flight attendant if she could turn up the heat for me, and the lady behind ...
... arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of buses: 15
# of taxis: 2
# of beers: 61
# of monies found: 9.69 Euros, 8.05 Peruvian soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 Swiss Francs, 11 Czech Republic Korunas, 5 Croatian Lipas, ...
... dog at his feet, legend says his dog stopped eating after he died and died shortly after, but it could also stand as a sign of loyalty. I haven't really bought any dutch souvenirs as our house is full of it, so i decided to buy antiques. I bought 2 Speckulas boards from the early 18th century it will be something that can hang proudly at home but also can be used, so you can guess what I'm making at christmas as gifts. ...