Delft Journals

Pottery Heaven

A November 2007 trip to Delft by raymond longaray

Quote: Some of the must see sights plus information on some hotels and trains

Pottery Heaven

Overview

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Delft was and still is the burial place of the Kings and Queens of the Netherlands,in the main square you see the "New Church" where all the royalty is buried.At first this was a Catholic Church now it is Protestant.The "Old Church" borders the canal and you can not miss the leaning tower.Facing this churh is the city hall and all around you will find stores and cafes.While in the dDefy you must try the Popentjes, small pancakes that are deliciuous and is a specialty of the region.Another place you must stop at is the Monastery where King Willhwm Orange the first King of the Netherlands resided and was killed at.Delft pottery is still made like one hundred years ago....Read More
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This Hotel is family managed and building surrounded by a bakert, same owner as Hotel for the last 80 Years, very small. Very centrally located right in the city.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on November 24, 2007

Bridges House Hotel

Hotel | "Hotel Bridges House"

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Very centrally located small hotel only 20 rooms, very clean, service excellent.
This hotel was once the residence of the famous painter Jan Steen.Restaurants of all types withing walking distance as well as shops.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on November 24, 2007

Bridges House Hotel
OUDE DELFT 74
Delft, Netherlands
31-15-2124036

About the Writer

raymond longaray

raymond longaray
miami, Florida