Hotel Johannes Vermeer
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... the same time I managed to lose the keys. I don't know how but as we came to head out together that morning the keys were no where to be seen. The flat was big and empty with no real places for the keys to go missing in but after searching for two hours we found nothing and had to message Mig the guy who's flat it was. He couldn't get a spare set to us until around 6pm so we spent our one full day sat around the flat, prisoners of my own ...
... and white Delft ceramics.
Thursday is market day in Delft and the squares and canals are a hive of activity with stalls with red and white striped canvas awnings set up cheek by jowl. The sun was coming out intermittently and we enjoyed eating breakfast watching the flurry of activity through our nearly floor to ceiling windows as the stall holders put out their wares. There was beautiful chinaware, jewellery, antiques and all manner of bric-a-brac ...
... surprise (or honestly by design), we were on the edge of the famous Red Light District in Amsterdam. So after lunch we went exploring – to quell our curiosity about what this was all about. And, of course, we found out. Lots of coffee shops where they do serve coffee, but people stop for their fix of cannabis – legal and readily available. We stopped at an old church and just to the right of the front door ...
... and most houses have at least two or three bikes outside them. The whole city is geared up for biking. The flower market is a treat and if you like tulips you can buy bulbs of any variety you want. The aftermath of a whole city partying was evident in the streets on Sunday. The normally tidy streets and canals were littered. We have found the public transport system great. The trains buses and trams made it easy to ...
So I made it in one piece!
I'm currently sitting in the living room of my friends house, as I'm typing I get to experience a not so common occurrence, a bright sunny day in the Netherlands! I'm sitting next to the window with a freshly brewed cup of coffee with the view of Dutch houses all scrunched up all next to each other and the view of the tip of a windmill, so beautiful!
So first my flights all went smoothly, had wheelchair assistance and was upgraded for free ...