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Originally posted by email from the Museum email from the Museum wrote:

Beste meneer / mevrouw,
Hierbij bevestig ik nogmaals uw deelname aan de rondleiding door de Van Nellefabriek, UNESCO Werelderfgoed in Rotterdam.
U wordt opgewacht door de gids bij de slagboom die toegang geeft tot het terrein van de Van Nellefabriek.
Maakt u gebruik van de gratis pendelbus? Deze rijdt van 15 februari t/m 1 november tussen het Museumpark en de Van Nellefabriek. De tijden van de bus sluiten aan op de tijden van de rondleidingen. U hoeft hiervoor niet apart te reserveren.
vertrek Museumpark > Van Nellefabriek:
12.30 uur
13:30 uur
14:30uur
vertrek Van Nellefabriek > Museumpark:
13.10 uur
14.10 uur
15.10 uur
16.10 uur
Met dit ticket bent u ook van harte welkom in het Chabot Museum op een moment dat voor u het beste schikt. Hier kunt u de tentoonstelling “Ik voel me hier gewoon thuis" met de privé-collectie van Armando bekijken, maar ook de film Bouwen voor het Licht (ca 20 minuten) over de bouw van de Van Nellefabriek. Het is zeer de moeite waard om deze voorafgaand aan uw bezoek te bekijken.
Het adres van de Van Nellefabriek:
Van Nelleweg 1
3044BC Rotterdam
Er is voldoende (betaalde) parkeergelegenheid. Met het openbaar vervoer is bus 38 de lijn die vanaf Centraal Station stopt op de Beukelsbrug, direct voor het fabrieksterrein (trap af naar Van Nelleweg).
Graag nóg meer weten over de Van Nellefabriek? Dr. Marieke Kuipers schreef een handzame gids, te verkrijgen in het Chabot Museum voor € 14,95.
Ik wens u een goede en plezierige middag!
Vriendelijke groet,
Angela Verschelling
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Originally posted by darosa darosa wrote:

Weather is looking good for the 23rd., fwiw ...


I am watching this meeting develop with envy - sounds like a great event with a wonderful group. I must say, European weather forecasters must be far, far advanced beyond those in the U.S. Accurately predicting tomorrow's weather is quite the challenge here!   
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Well Roger, predicting the weather far out is very easy, the real hard part is getting it right

Btw, the weather looks much worse now for the 23rd, but the same happened with our Haarlem meeting last year. Some people cancelled at the last moment because the forecast was bad, but in the end we had a beautiful sunny day with blue skies and majestic clouds.
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The weather forecaster's hall of fame is very small Roger.
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It often happens I look outside and see the sun is shining wheras the weather says it's raining. Even predicting the actual weather right, which of course is not a prediction, is beyond those guys.
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:


Btw, the weather looks much worse now for the 23rd, but the same happened with our Haarlem meeting last year. Some people cancelled at the last moment because the forecast was bad, but in the end we had a beautiful sunny day with blue skies and majestic clouds.

Sunday appears now to be the worst day in the 14 day prediction, but if the prediction shifts by a day our future already looks much brighter. So let us not despair. And I always think about the National Park ranger in Jasper (Canadian Rockies) when I asked him about the weather. He said, there is never bad weather, there is only inappropriate clothing. Mind you, after that we were caught out in the snow on a mountain hike and had to find our way not being able to see the path. Clothing was fine, satellite navigation would have been nice.

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Originally posted by Snegren Snegren wrote:

The weather forecaster's hall of fame is very small Roger.

It's probably an empty building
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Originally posted by darosa darosa wrote:

Thanks Pieter!

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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Originally posted by darosa darosa wrote:

Thanks Pieter!

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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:


Btw, the weather looks much worse now for the 23rd


Update: Maassluis: rain till 15:00, sunny after 15:00

We have tickets for the Chabot museum too ...
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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 February 2020 at 13:12
If Maassluis is really bad we can go to the museum earlier and take the shuttle bus up and down to Van Nelle

But just think about Haarlem last year, a really bad forecast with lots of rain, and nothing of that materialised, we had sun and blue skies. So I'm still hopeful. I might even be more worried if Maasluis now shows "sunny", I think the chance they've got it wrong is higher than the chance they've got it right
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