Hotel Restaurant Les Compagnons Grand Canal
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Hier staan we dan. Op t vliegveld. Over een uur vertrekt ons vliegtuig naar Bangkok. Om vervolgens 186 dagen later weer terug te vliegen. :-)
... every possible shop within a one block radius (including a great cheese shop and the hagues 'best' bakery). We spent the next couple of days settling in - buying sheets, towels and kitchen utensils, undertaking a dry run to Anna's new workplace, finding Anna a bike and stocking up on seafood, fruit and vege from The Hague market (which just so happens to be the largest in Europe apparently and very handy to our new ...
... next door to Vermeer's childhood house. The weather was starting to clear up and the fog was lifting, and all in all, it was rather a pleasant experience. After realizing that since I'd paid to go to Delft, I should probably do some sightseeing, I spent a pleasant couple of hours just wandering up and down what was probably each and every street in town. I saw the church where Vermeer is buried, but wasn't able to go inside because I ...
... from my old rock collection!). It was cool. Grabbed some Ethiopian coffee and a brezel and then wandered north to Harleem Dijk and Straat. Both streets were interesting and the canals were beautiful. Got juice from a juice bar where the dude was waaaay too stoned to be making juice really, the store had loads of shamanistic posters and exotic named juices. Pretty classic. Found our way somehow ...
... from the station side to the town side. Easier said than done, Constance had to ask directions and 2 dutchies argued over who was right about getting to the town. anyway after a long walk through the double decker bike racks through a tunnel over the tram line and over the canal, we were on the right side. the old Kerk is a grand building with an obvious flaw, the tower is slowly leaning forward due to the ...