WestCord Hotel Delft
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... beside the canal, than inside. We enjoyed sitting out watching the passing parade and enjoying an impromptu concert by a couple of guitarists and a singer sitting at another table and enjoying the sunshine without a cloud or threat of rain anywhere.
After a full day in busy Amsterdam we were pleased to return to Delft – a quieter, miniature Amsterdam. It’s a serene town but very beautiful and as usual we left saying we should have stayed ...
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28th March – Felt good to be in a place that we could call home. Home cooked food was the order of the day and we cashed in. After a siesta in the afternoon (remembering our days in Spain) we went over to my brother-in-law’s work placeand got a grand tour of the office. The office used to be a cathedral and then was converted to a hospital and eventually into ...
... bought some postcards and then we headed toward this really cute all organic, hippie place. Luckily most people will hear us talking English (again were loud) and just not even bother with Dutch and just hand us English menus and took our orders in English (Not complaining!) After all the food, coffee and just general walking around (I use up so much more energy coz of my bad leg:/) I just wanted a bed lol but as soon as we got home at around 3pm I started IM'ing my friends and ...
... beer and sausage and spent time in the bier gartens as well as learning lots of Jewish history and then we day tripped to the Austrian alps where we fell I'm love with the mid evil town of Innsbruck and the massive mountains covered in snow as we reached the top jn shorts and tshirts. Then we overnight trained to Amsterdam which was quite the experience and we spent our last night out at amsterdams most famous bar where we had lots of fun and met up w some girls ...
Our morning started very early because the sun was up and very bright by 5am and then the trams started running every 15 minutes. The track is located about 50 metres from our room. Therefore we went to the beach first thing (7:30am), at noon, and again this evening (7:30-10pm).
After breakfast, we took the Tram (streetcar) to the The Hague, about a 15 minute ride. We have transit passes for 4 days which were part of ...
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clean, nice showers, tv, heater, etc
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