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... murderous pursuers.
We arrive at the Bell Tower; that section of the Tower structure supporting the massive weight of the 4 individual bells that broadcast the church's message into Delft. The bells are silent now, each hanging inert in their own individual cradle. I find the servo-mechanism that throws each bell into motion - and switch each on in turn. The gears move immediately, and each bell starts to move with shocking speed; within 5 seconds, each of the 4 ...
... to meet him canal side near the Norderkerk. From there we spent 2 very pleasant hours having a personalised tour of the city, taking in some of the small canals as well as a big run through the wide open waters of the Ij to get a view of Amsterdam's breadth. This was a very special opportunity and a great way to wrap up our last big day in the city before heading south to meet up with my cousins in ...
... a taxi, and this was not a normal taxi. It was a car manufacturer Tesla. The sports car was pretty crazy, it had like a touch screen computer in the front, it was mad. Never seen these cars in Australia. After we got to our hotel, we checked in and only had a 30min wait for our room to be ready. We were informed again that no wifi in the rooms, just free wifi in the lobby, what is the world coming to if you don't get ...
... Dutch. Is divided into sections, with one whole level dedicated to the golden era of the Netherlands, the 1600's. Here there are many paintings by the Dutch masters, including the imposing The Night Watch by Rembrandt. There are just too many to give each one full attention, but most impressive. Also have plenty of other items from that period including furniture, weapons, glassware, Delft pottery and lots else. Another floor is dedicated to 1700-1900 and another ...
... our room was massive. We had a walk along the mall, dinner, showered ready for our walking tour. We had a short orientation drive to see parts of the city then disembarked from our coach and proceeded by foot through one of the oldest and most beautiful parts of the city The Red Light District, walking through the long winding narrow, cobbled streets with its charming 14th Century architecture. The old buildings lean at odd angles, the canals ...