WestCord Hotel Delft
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clean, nice showers, tv, heater, etc
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... the train. The ride back was uneventful. Maybe we've got this train thing sorted out after all. [Jola's edit: He says it was uneventful, which is true if you don't count the first several minutes of his passing up all the various available seats because he didn't want to sit next to anyone other than me and if you discount the guy across from us once we were sitting who insisted on whistling for the entire hour.]
... wine-and-beer party with two other Canadians from Prince George the night before, but still decided to get myself off to Delft. The beautiful thing with the Utrecht-Delft train route is that it doesn't exist as a direct line, so you have to go via Den Haag, so - not knowing whether what I was doing was actually train ticket fraud or not - I hopped out at The Hague for a poke around to get double the Dutch towns for my money.
... it was time for breakfast and I have never seen him eat so much. Scrambled eggs, beans, orange juice, bread rolls and he discovered he likes corn flakes now. He got a bit restless toward the end of the flight but we walked around the plane a couple of times and he befriended a 6 month old baby a couple of rows forward and spent some time playing with him. We arrived in Dubai at around 5:30 am where it was foggy, hot (32C) and humid. We ...
We arrived in Delft today and I'm glad to report that our hotel room is on the first floor. It was market day in the town square and they had booths selling everything from clothing to household goods to food. We then walked to the Royal Delft factory and watched an American couple spend 10,000 Euros (about $13,000) on pottery before getting into their chauffeur driven Mercedes and leaving. No- I didn't spend quite that ...
... need help?" at the tram station in front of the Amsterdam Central Railway station. He was very kind to help me to find my way. Because of his perfect accent, I thought he was British. However, he was a 100% Dutch that didn’t speak English much. How could that possible!?!?
On my arrival at the hotel, the receptionist asked me to pay for the city tax 0.65 Euro, I thought she also wanted me to pay for my accommodation fee, so I asked her if it was ok to ...