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Travel Blogs from Workum
... Noah: Waffles and chocolate were really good.
Brett: The waffles and chocolate were amazing.
Mr. L: Touring the shops. It was interesting.
Mrs. L: Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate. And, oh yeah, chocolate!
Ashley: Walking the streets of Belgium and seeing all the houses.
Amanda: I really enjoyed seeing the EU Parliament. And the waffles!
... to be discharged to the sea. Unfortunately the weather today was quite cold and windy, but it was still worthwhile to see it. On top of the dike is a four lane highway connecting two provinces, with vast amounts of water on either as you get to the middle of the trip, water is pretty much all you would see. We travelled a few kilometres along the dike and stopped where a few memorials where placed in recognition of those that helped in construction. Also ...
... past the Passant Haven with a lovely little beach next to it which did look inviting as John fancied a swim, but we tried going closer in to the town. It was chaotic, so we make a quick about turn and headed back to the Passant Haven. We came here because it had Wi-Fi, but when John went to pay, it was an extra €2.50 and it was not working anyway! We will have to try in the town later and hope we have more success than last ...
Our host Jacqueline drove us on an expedition to look at Edam, half an hour out of Amsterdam, as she had never been there. We thought it would be all about cheese, but in fact we only managed to find one cheese shop.
Instead we discovered a very pretty town, once a great port, completely un-spoilt by tourism, ...
We arrived in Amsterdam a bit later than planned. But travels went smooth. A quick visit to the Noodle Bar before we picked our luggage up from the belt. We had to wait a bit for our Rental to be ready, but it was worth the wait. We got ourselves a nice Ford Focus Cmax which fitted all our luggage nicely.
Our first stop was to pick up Quentin. He is my oldest son (almost ...