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... within the grounds. We returned to Delft at around three to enable us to stock up on Leffe beer from Jumbo and after a short rest and tea-break we went for a short bikeride through the beautiful local woods, where we saw a hare lolloping across a meadow of horses. We are again relaxing and although the weather has remained dry all day it is just a little too cool to eat dinner outside.
... extra fluffy towels, towel warmer, wine and beer, cheese, eggs, chocolate, biscuits, nuts, juice, 3 dozen tulips, fresh fruit...do we have to go outside? Most of their guests stay 2 nights and race from museums to the red light district and get on their next flight..we are the exception as we have 6 nights to catch our breath, get used to (well maybe that's a push) the weather, eat with locals and wander the hood. This is a magical introduction to Europe for ...
... to see if there was a train we could take back. When we asked the man responded, "Rome, Italy?". He seemed surprised anyone would consider attempting the 20 hour train ride with some 9 changes or so. We went back outside to catch the next bus to the airport and didn't even make it to the airport until 10:30 or so (our flight we were supposed to be on left at 9:40). From there we struggled to figure out how to get home, but ended ...
... carlsberg. Excellent. The only issue we had was the actors speaking Korean had been subtitled in Dutch and we couldn't figure out what the hell was going on! We went through the tourist booklet and picked out some cool things to see like an evolution science museum and a UN history house but it seems tourist attractions take a day off on Mondays and they were both closed. No school excursions for us on Monday. We ended up going to an 'antique market' the oldest in Europe, or so ...
Today we finally got to take advantage of one of the free Sandemans walking tours. Our guide, Berber was very friendly, and as the only true Dutch guide she had some very historically interesting stories about the many areas of Amsterdam. We started out in Dam Square, where she told us a little about the original history. She prefaced by saying that the Dutch are very pragmatic and straight forward people. She pointed to the nearby tram line and said ...