Visiting another Hanseatic city
Picture taken in Deventer yesterday ...
"Deventer is a centuries-old Hanseatic town by the banks of the river IJssel. The city embodies its long and rich history, with magnificent monuments, handsome squares and old museums, with a very pleasant atmosphere and plenty of opportunities for those who like to experience a city through its shopping streets, cafes and restaurants."
The picture has been taken from the tower of the Lebuinus Church, 220 steps to get up there. Worth the effort as you have a great view over the city with a lot of different churches and the river IJssel. If you are near by, have a look and enjoy the Hanseatic Town flair.
Today we have been to Rijssen-Holten (Google will translate the webpage for you) looking for a wool-shop. It was closed as the opening hours had been changed over the summer weeks 🤒. Next plan was to look for a good Italian ice cream store, to take a nice ice outside in the sun. But we could only find places selling soft ice cream, what was not our expectation, but seems to be very common in this area of the Netherlands? We will try another wool-shop in another small town tomorrow, hopefully it is open and somebody sells Italian ice cream there?
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