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... city center of Delft and the seat of Dutch government in the Hague, as well as "must see" places for our second day..
Upon our arrival at the Hotel Renaissance, Yvonne was there to greet us with open arms, hugs and cheek kisses ! (The Dutch are very expressive people you know) Once we had identified our luggage and it was in our room we set off for Delft in Yvonne's car, an hours drive back from where we ...
... was standing in the Ulm Cathedral in Germany. After an hour and a half I then went to the town square which was just ridden in spectacular old buildings. From here I went to Die Oude Kerk and spoke some Afrikaans to the lady at reception for some time before going in. As soon as I walked in I could feel myself relax completely. This cathedral is even more beautiful than Die Niewe Kerk. I went and found a chair and just sat down ...
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 ...
9th June 2012
The gales have been blowing all night. We both slept well but when you wake and hear the creaking from the straining lines, it is somehow reassuring to know that we are still tied up, as it feels like we are at sea.
After breakfast we started the engine to top up the batteries as they needed a recharge and so did our computers. If we had known we would be here for a few days, we would have ...
8th June 2012
It is a lovely sunny morning BUT the wind is howling and the gales have arrived, so we are staying put. If we were on the canals it might be different, but here it is as good as the sea, so we have the tides and wind to take into account. The attraction of this area is its remoteness and openness, so we do not have any shelter, especially at high tide when we are above the sea wall. (see pictures of high and ...
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