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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Leeuwenbrug Delft
We had a room at the first floor and our window was facing the back alley. Not much disturbance though except for occassional drunks hanging around. Considerably spacious room with free WIFI connection. Small bathroom but looks new and very clean. Breakfast is lovely! Quite a lot of varieties unlike some hotels only serve you plain bread and coffee. Very close to the square and marketplace. It is a MUST stay hotel if anyone is going to Delft.
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... br> Once out though we had a great night, spent mainly in one local bar that was exceptional for good ales and beers. Another trip to the local coffeeshop and our full day had suddenly flown over. The next morning we headed out early to explore the town a bit more and to make up for what we missed out on the day before. We decided not to move on to Utrecht until late afternoon so at least we could make the most of the time in Delft. It really is ...
... I’m sure if you had an eye for a good buy you could pick up some great bargains, however, we were very restrained and didn’t buy anything as much as we would have liked to. We visited the Vermeer museum and spent an interesting few hours learning about this most wonderful painter. Vermeer was born, lived all his life and died in Delft. His paintings reflect his love of this beautiful town as well his fascination with light and at the museum ...
... the true "red light" attractions. Yes, the ladies of the night (but this was during the day), were standing in the window/doors waiting for customers to enter their small rooms (yes, we could actually see their rooms, but not their actual work). Some of them were on very small alleys and others were readily visible on streets. No pictures allowed.
After lots of walking and exploring, we head back to ...
... the city and to the outlying towns and villages. The beautiful village of Zaanse Schans is home to a number of windmills. We went inside one that is probably the last wind-powered dye mill in the world. There were once 1000 windmills in the Zaane area, only 13 have survived. Although we shared our afternoon with throngs of Japanese tourists we enjoyed wandering around this pretty village which has been largely recreated for ...
... Plus (not sure whats the difference besides being closer to first class). My leg is good to walk, but slowly! So I didn't want to deal with bags and crutches and limping across three airports, so I'm very grateful for my dad and mom for pushing me to get wheelchair support!
Although I was super nervous throughout the days leading up to my departure, once I got through saying goodbye to my parents most of my anxiety and fears dissipated, and I was just left ...