Shanghai Hotel Holland
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... chose her destiny. We went to the Prinsenhof museum where we learned about William of Orange. This was also the location of his assassination (bullet holes still there from the 1600s) which was reprised as a laser image shooting the Prince.
The funniest moment was Nancy and Pamela yelling across the canal the descriptions of a building while the hear ...
... winding stairs inside. To avoid hitting the facades with the hanging furniture they buildings were built tilted forward.
There are bicycles chained to just about every available pole or railing and we were really amused to see a three storey bicycle garage near central train station (just like a three storey car park) which is supposed to hold 10,000 bikes. A fascinating sight. The streets are quite chaotic with trams, cars, bicycles and ...
... hour. We then headed into Delft, walked along the canals, through the market and saw a scary man with a carousel music thing and a horse, he reminded me of the child catcher from chitty chitty bang bang.
Now on the camp site and a brew is on the go.
So not dead, ferry ok, cuppa, food, walk of the camp site then bed.
... Bikes run this country! I mean I knew that biking was a serious deal in the Netherlands but man they weren't kidding. It's so wierd to see cars yielding for bikes, and having to wait for the street to clear from bikes before crossing.
Apparently depending on the city, a city will have a day of the week where everything will close like at around 9pm which is later than usual, but in return it will open their shops later on another day of the week. Well in Delft it ...
... trails. This park had so many different landscapes and vegetation. It was hard not to take a picture every five seconds. The wind in the park was fierce. We tried our best to stay blocked from the main path of the wind but sometimes we had to walk in it. Thank goodness the temperature was mild today or we could have really frozen.
We made it to the beach about two hours after starting the hike. The wind was even stronger on the beach so we did not ...