WestCord Hotel Delft
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We had a very good night's rest in our huge quad room. We had parked the car on the street that night, as there were no secure parking. The hotel reception assured us it was a very safe neighborhood, being in a Jewish part of Antwerp. Mari and Wikus woke up around 7:30, getting ready to check out and get the bags in the car. We only had one night …
After flying from Australia, setting up bikes in Amsterdam Airport and cycling through Holland the greatest challenge by far has been setting up this blog!!!!! I am not meant for this medium... but I'll give it a shot. Anyone keen to know the ins and outs of travel blogs, I have now explored, downloaded and sworn at most of the apps out there. Here's hoping!
Hope this finds you all well and thanks for emails so far. We are settling into the trip and have ...
... very small) Christmas gifts from Delft!
We were free after that, and after I went back to the Vermeer Center I got some lunch at a panini place. I don't know why I rarely have ham and cheese sandwiches at home but in Europe they just taste great. Top it off with a Fanta, and you've got yourself a happy lunch.
I did a little shopping and then wandered back to the hotel to work on this blog and to rest up for a while. I've been entertained by ...
... called "Gouda" (pronounced Khaouda) is made in the nearby town with the same name. We tried almost 10 different varieties of new and matured cheeses and bought some to take home and share with friends.
Our time in delft was almost up. Remainder of our trip was to drive up north to Amsterdam, capital of Netherlands. A city of vibrancy, youth, canals, the red light, more cheese, more canals, Heineken, sex museums, hash brownies, and cafes. Amsterdam, here we come.
Today was such a wonderful day, I could really feel myself relaxing in a big way and just soaking in the atmosphere. I woke up pretty early and hopped on the bike to Prinsenlaan train station where I went to load the metro card with credits. The system was really easy, so I quickly went to Beurs station where I changed trains to Rotterdam Centraal. Rotterdam Centraal is really massive and so I had to ask a bunch of friendly people ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
clean, nice showers, tv, heater, etc
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