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 …
... serving them another piece and then rolling her eyes as they toddled off to eat. My order, by comparison, was relatively easy. I still had some time to kill, and instead of going in to see the Vermeer museum (it looks really interesting, but there are no originals there and I didn't want to spend money - another time!), so I hung out in a garden for a little while before heading back to the station.
As a side note, on the ...
... every Dutch souvenir shops, however the cheaper items are nearly always made in China or other Asian countries.
Something typical Dutch is the amount of cheese people consume. The are many shop who specialize only in the sale of cheese. This day the local shops were in competition with the “cheese only” stalls in the town square market. I noticed an old Chemist shop dating back to 1759 and according to the man I spoke to inside had ...
... in his armor, and once lying down with his dog at his feet. He is surrounded by figures representing Justice, Liberty (who seems to be holding a gold cowboy hat), Religion and Strength, and he is backed by the Angel of Fame. Who knew there was an angel of fame? The crypt beneath him holds dozens of royals, but only royals and specially invited people are allowed to go down. When ex-Queen Beatrix (who abdicated just a few days ago in favor of her son, who is now ...
... toilets on this Airbus.
Our touchdown at SeaTac marked the completion of our "Circumnavigation of the Globe". The circumference of the globe is 24,901 miles, We sailed 15,567 miles and flew 17,300, for a total of 32,876.
I always look forward to customs and immigration at SeaTac as these folks have "service" at heart. This experience was absolutely hassle free. "Welcome Home" sounded so good.
Next: The final leg
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWestCord Hotel Delft
clean, nice showers, tv, heater, etc
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