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... s 'Nightwatch' in Delft, composed of four hundred eighty 14 x 14 inch tiles, that took two men 13 months, from May 1999 to June, 2000 to complete.
The actual manufacture was the least interesting part of the tour. While similar to Quimper (where we have taken the factory tour at least three times), the process seems less complex. Certainly we see fewer molds. Very little is happening; we see a single master painter and a single fiinisher in the ...
... by UNESCO. These windmills are ...
Well...my first blog entry. Still 89 days and counting! I guess '13 weeks and counting' sounds better :-)
Kind of funny to start blogging this far in advance but things are slowly moving now and picking up speed as we go.
In March of 2012 we went on our first cruise ever. This was something we were planning for quite a time now. Suddenly the timing was right. The price was ...
... to send a message of mourning.
From there we headed into Rotterdam. We parked at the Hotel New York on the waterfront, and had lunch in the hotel. The building that houses the hotel is one of the few that remained after the war. Much of Rotterdam was bombed and flattened. What you now see in Rotterdam is mostly all built after the war. Some very interesting modern architecture.
After lunch, we headed ...
10th June 2012
We woke at 7am to blue sky, sunshine and no wind – yippee – play time again.
We set off after a cup of tea at 7.50 so we had the last of the tide with us to get to the Krammersluis. It was a lovely calm morning giving us a "good to be alive" feeling. At first there was no one else around except the big barges, but then it got busier. Isi got a surprise when coming out from below to ...