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... number of dikes that had to be
raised. Along with the Zuiderzee Works, Delta Works have been declared one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.There was great information about ...
Sunday, August 31, 2014 Kinderdjik
After sailing from mid-night, we arrived in Kinderdijk to visit the unique historic UNESCO World Heritage Site with its network of 8 windmills and ingenious flood management devices. The windmills have been in operation since 1738 (one was reconstructed in the 1980's) and were essential in maintaining the land from flooding and in reclaiming about 35 % of The Netherlands' current land mass. At ...
... overcast and a bit of rain we could not dismantle the tent,So we all sat in the tent with Henny's family and had a nice time , I have been not been percent the last few weeks,having aches and pains in the back of my neck and head,but I have been resting ,taking Panadol,and using magic deep heat,and footballers spray on the back of my neck, and slowly it seems to be getting better.? The weather here in the Netherlands plays an ...
... Bruno was the same. No lines and looked like mayhem. Eventually we found the baggage queue and lined up. Turned out to be easier than we thought, and our weight was o.k. Then we had to line up to go through security. When we got to the gate, we were at the end of the line. All the Dutch must have been on a long weekend holiday. All of a sudden, Elisa turned up and took us through the gates. She was supposed to be at the tickets to say goodbye, but she had been ...
... city. It was quite close to walk from her house. So I wandered around. I saw the Sint Saartan church and all the other churches. I found a church that had been converted into a bookshop and cafe, and I loooooved it!! It still had all the gloriously huge and decorated architecture and high ceilings but with shelves of books and a little place for people to buy and eat food. I wish we had a place like this in Australia. Mainly I just walked around, I walked along the river ...