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We got to sleep in today with a late start. It was great to draw breath. This trip,whilst obscenely luxurious, is also quite tiring with our constant social obligations and courteous decisions about who gives way to who in the passage way. To update you on the condition of Mumsy's computer. It rallied in the night allowing us to put on a few photos of Kinderdijk but we now believe it has suffered a cerebral haemorrhage. This may be terminal? I think we may have ...
... with. Their hotel was a few doors from ours so met them for dinner the following night. For lunch the first day Geoff decided he wanted a bucket of mussels, these are a lot smaller than N Z ones, but he managed the lot. Our hotel was a very old ex brewery that had been in the family for many years. It had the most uncomfortable bed and pillow we have encountered in a long time, no air con, ( my fault) and very noisy in the lane outside sometimes. We survived, after all it ...
... recommended a laundromat by the girl at the front desk. From there, we went on a wild goose chase for two hours in off and on sprinkling rain while carrying all of our dirty laundry to try to find a place to wash our clothes, but even Apple Maps on Jordan's phone was steering us wrong. FINALLY, after consulting with a waiter at an Argentinian Steakhouse (I'm not sure why, but there is literally one on every street with restaurants) we found a place. We paid 18 euro ...
... that was so easy to get lost in. The names on the maps were always different to the actual streets. One thing I perhaps found the most annoying was the bikes. You forever were hearing this annoying ring of the bells, unfortunately coming from Melbourne, I don't think it made for the best tolerance for them. A small group of us had decided to explore the city together. Emily, Megan and a New Zealander called Luke. He was quite shy so I think us girls managed to get ...
... things to look at and it was quite exciting.
After that I went to the Rijks museum, I went
and looked at all the art, If you don't know the museum has on display 8,000
objects of art
from their total collection of 1 million objects from the years 1200–2000,
among which are some masterpieces by Rembrandt,
and Johans Vermemr. ...