WestCord Hotel Delft
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clean, nice showers, tv, heater, etc
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We had a poignant moment remembering Nancy's Mother who has recently passed away and was born in Delft. We were moved by the setting and Nancy's warm and special family. We celebrated her Mom's life by throwing flowers into the canal and watching them drift lazily away.
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... criss-crossing each other. The trams sound their bells as they hurtle through the city which means don’t walk across the tracks, otherwise it is every man for himself with people going in all directions but everything seems to flow without any disasters. Our nephew, who lives not far away in Amesfoort came in to Amsterdam and we spent some great time with him too that day.
We had lunch at a cute little café which had more tables across the ...
... on the upper deck. 35 minutes travel through the tunnel and we were disembarking in Calais- what a great way to cross the channel. Chris has a look at the tyre and we are told there is a service station near where we disembark. Weather has changed completely and we now have sunshine and blue skies. First stop is a check on the tyre. Add some air and we head north. The road system is amazing and with ...
We headed from Munich to Amsterdam on the overnight City Night Line train and from there took the connecting train to Delft to visit my brother-in-law. Delft is a small town about an hour from Amsterdam and 10 mins from Rotterdam This was our second visit to Delft and it was going to provide us with much needed relaxation time after almost 2 months of constant travel. We spent a total of five days in Delft and managed to do two day ...
... to be today, Monday! So that means that the town was basically a ghost town until around 12 when shops will open (many shops were just closed for the whole day). So as I mentioned in the begining, I drank coffee and talked to Domi until around 12:30 pm, then we headed down the stairs and out onto the city center, we ate at a cute "bistro" and had tomatoes soup, and a goat cheese and bacon panini.
Now let me tell you, I was expecting crumbled goat cheese and some thick bacon ...