Hotel Restaurant Les Compagnons Grand Canal
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... every Dutch person 18 years or older pays a flat water management tax of 100 euros each year, without hesitation. There was a devastating flood that occurred in 1953 when the dikes gave way. There is also risk from the other direction, when the Rhine is in full spate and can't reach the sea due to strong winds and tides. The management plan is multi-faceted. Hans showed us a National Geo film on the history and evolution of Dutch solutions, some of ...
... enjoyable cruise which I would also highly recommend.
Once the cruise arrived back at the dock, it was just past 8:40, so we went to see if we could catch our motor coach back to the hotel which was located near the Schipol airport in Amsterdam. However, the bus had already been and gone as we didn't see any of our fellow travellers. There had been an optional dinner which was costing €62 ($100 each) which we passed on. I had previously booked our dinner ...
After about 15 minutes on the train, we were in Delft. Delft doesn't really put it's best foot forward at the moment. They are building a new train station at the moment, so using the old one involves a long passage through construction barriers. But once we got into the old city, Jola and I agreed it was quite charming (leaps and bounds ahead of the Hague). We got there a little later in the day (after 4), so we ...
... criss-crossing each other. The trams sound their bells as they hurtle through the city which means don’t walk across the tracks, otherwise it is every man for himself with people going in all directions but everything seems to flow without any disasters. Our nephew, who lives not far away in Amesfoort came in to Amsterdam and we spent some great time with him too that day.
We had lunch at a cute little café which had more tables across the ...
... hour. We then headed into Delft, walked along the canals, through the market and saw a scary man with a carousel music thing and a horse, he reminded me of the child catcher from chitty chitty bang bang.
Now on the camp site and a brew is on the go.
So not dead, ferry ok, cuppa, food, walk of the camp site then bed.