Hotel Het Witte Paard
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... por su producción de maquinarias y sus astilleros. Es también muy conocido por sus 19 molinos de agua, que datan del año 1740. Los molinos de este lugar están considerados como los mas grandes de Holanda, con aspas de 29 metros de largo. Durante cientos de años han sido los molinos el unico arma en la lucha en contra de las aguas. Sin las dunas, a lo largo de las costa, y sin otra protecciones como los diques, mas de la mitad de ...
... It is used for functions and weddings and very smartly decorated with coloured lighting to create an excellent atmosphere.
We walked around the market place where there was a Dutch barrel organ playing giving a great happy atmosphere. We then went to see one of the very old churches Sint-Janskirk named after St John the Baptist but we didn’t go in as they were having work done.
After having a ...
... at her place tonight, so we started making our way home. On the way we stopped to buy some wine, and saw some beautiful looking cherries, so bought a box of them too. They were from Spain, and the biggest, juiciest cherries ever. Ate quite a few before we arrived home.
We caught the tram to Melindas, the same line we got lost on last week! She said she tried to prepare Dutch things for us. First up we had salmon rolls with zucchini, pine nuts and a cheesy sauce as well ...
... but we realize that may have been because it is the Saturday before Easter. It is interesting though, and we buy a few things. The Tauck 10% discount and the promise of the return of the VAT eases the pain.
After the factory tour, we have time for a brief look at the city. There is an historic center with an old church (under repair, behind scaffolding), a nondescript city hall and a main square that is packed with tourists and locals.The square is surrounded ...
... back to Holland with the Thalys fast train.
Louis is going to drive the car back from Paris to Holland.
Means the cote d'azur (Monaco and st-Tropez) and Geneva will not be visited.
Lucca and Paris we will have 1 day longer. At least most of the original plan is still the same,
without loss of money.