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Travel Blogs from Delft
6 Aug 2013
The (Delft) Blues.
I had just parked my motorcycle next to an outdoor eating area in the city of Delft. I usually park in the busiest area as that is safer for the bike and I don't have to lock everything away. An older lady walked past and then stopped to admire the bike. "What a big and beautiful motorcycle" she said. “ And have you been to all those countries?” pointing to the few stickers on the ...
Visited the city centre of Delft.
Nieuwe Kerk being the place were the royal family is buried.
Prinsenhof - residence of Willem van Oranje. First monarch of the Netherlands.
Finished the day with a glass of wine and cheese in the garden. Weather was very nice.
... test them out tonight. Plus we are both really getting good at the free sample sections, we actually left quite stuffed! Cheese over load. We did drive thrus of both Den Haag and Leiden but both seemed too fast paced for what we wanted so we continued or journey north setting up camp in ...
... and helpful. I explained to her that I had only hours before gotten "off the boat" and I was still trying to learn the money. She said she really didn't like the Euro and was nostalgic for the old Dutch currency. Yet she said it made traveling Europe so much easier. Although, she sighed, and lamented that half the fun of travel used to be the fumbling of many currencies. She finally concluded that there were both positives and negatives to the Euro, but that ...
6th July 2012
Happy birthday to Hattie.
We woke and had a cup of tea in bed as usual, then a quick breakfast and ready for the off at 10am after hosing down the decks because of sand being blown on to us from the road works alongside the dock wall. It had rained in the night so we put waterproofs on but had stopped now.
We said goodbye to Caroline and Josh on Bienvenidos who moved over to the ...