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Travel Blogs from Deventer
... Enschede town centre; a very busy and pleasant place; even the Navigator managed to buy 2 bikinis! Even managed to persuade her to get into the heated pool on the site. However, it wasn't heated enough for liking so the experience was short lived...hey ho!
An evening cycle and then packed, ready for the off to meet Adam and Josie near Brugge tomorrow.
... windmills that traditionally kept the place dry-ish and ensured that the Dutch and Holland were not consumed by the North Sea. The windmills are as beautiful and quaint as you imagine and with the backdrop of a clear blue sky at their best. The road back to Amsterdam was next and the highlight was watching how often the VW reported that we had dropped below sea level - this country has barely a bump, let alone a hill. Speed ...
... When we arrived at Campanula we met the same person we met at Oeverland Hollands Diep, so we chat for awhile. To bad the weather has changed, but here at Campanula there wooden shelters, so we hide there and made there out meal and stuff. After our diner we made a ...
... Soccer/Football is
on its way, that, indeed, orange is the new black. At least in the
Netherlands. Some streets have orange flags strung between the houses
crossing the (narrow-ish) ...
... Deventer museum for a quick look while we saved the seats.
Both Deb & I are still pretty sick - at least it's a little better during the daylight as we wheezed and coughed all night.
Deventer is really a nice, no so little Dutch town of about 100,000 inhabitants. It has been some thirty years since I explored Deventer to this degree but it's still home. Rumor has it that the Deventer's have a castle somewhere here - we looked hard, but ...
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