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... edition 2015 Delftware plate! Please see attached photo. Then we went on to lunch (beer,wine, French fries and mayo, mushroom soup and smoked salmon salad) on Market Square. Thus fortified we headed out to see the new and the old churches.
We followed the Orange tourist route over canals to find the star in the square where the girl with the ...
... bustle of Delft. Again we walked around before heading down to Anne Frank’s house. Unfortunately the queue was so long we gave that a miss and continued on our amble around the city. There is so much to see and it is easy to wander for hours. Many of the buildings are very narrow and if you look closely are on a slant. They have pulleys with huge hooks fitted at the top of the building to hoist furniture up as it is impossible to get it up and down ...
... Steakhouse across the road from our hotel, it specialises in grilled meats and shawarmas - similar to Turkish/Greek food. Yum! I think we'll go there again when we stay at the same hotel at the end of the bike tour. It's 9.00 pm and only just getting dark, but it's lovely having the extra time to do things outside. Can't wait to see the tulip fields ...
Rupert has left the country.
It was a loooong night. For the first time in years we had to sleep in bunk beds, being the kind person I am I put tom at the top!
no sea sickness you will be pleased to hear.
arrived in Delft at 9am, what do you do until 2pm when your sites ready for you? Well we found IKEA so that ...
... until night time! It was 8:30am!
Well after hastily going downstairs and onto the railway on our way to Delft here's some more things I noticed:
-Still too loud for Dutch standards
-Some of the trains/subway are two floor high kinda like those London buses, but trains.
-McDonalds in the Netherlands are not yellow and red like in the US, its a deep forest green with brown wood panels o.0
After arriving to her stop we walked a bit I quickly ...