Nh Conference Center Koningshof
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... to Wanda for some spagbol. Tonight we replanned our last day, and will be aiming to hit the seaside possibly around Noordwijk, south of Ijmuden. Huge sand dunes, and fields empty of tulips no doubt. Today's highlight was succeeding to refill the Gaslow LPG cylinder with help from the petrol station cashier and a box of adapters. Turned out that the standard UK fitting was all we needed. €11 for a top-up from, maybe, 3/4 empty. Mileage: ...
... Painter on individual tiles, which was the most photographed item in the showroom. Not long enough time to buy anything in the store, but I managed to do 'some damage' to the purse. We concluded this section of the tour in the town of Delft, at the end of a very large market day in the square. We learned Dutch painter Vermeer lived and painted in the town of Delft having never left the town his entire life. A very long ...
... closed, rivers were low and sometimes it was just too cold. On top of that public travel was a nuisance with long distance buses not going as frequently as usual.
Internet; facebook, google, instagram, all blocked, this took a bit of getting used to. It was frustrating not being able to contact everyone as easily as usual, my hotmail account didn't work in China either. They use bing as their search engine and have wechat, which is very handy indeed, you can free call, app, ...
... made and natural. Just to see firsthand the fantastic bicycle infrastructure in Holland was a real pleasure. It's not just about paths, but it includes the over/underpasses, the thousands of road crossings/intersections, the special bridges, separate bicycle traffic lights and last but certainly not least the signage to connect it all together. We can only dream of something similar in Oz. Refueling pasta and beer was the deal for ...
... waterlinie was useless... What a shame!
The castle and its property are amazing. It is all well done for kids, what makes it even better. When you enter you get a key and you can use it to open some boxes and the stories start. Really nice. They told about all the ages the castle went through.
I thought it was worth the visit.