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First in Belgium, then in Holland, reminders of the two World Wars are everywhere--memorials, museums, plaques on buildings, notices in shop windows, and the guides' continual mention of bombings, rebuilding and reconstruction. This morning we are docked in Nijmedin, close to Arnhem, the scene of WWII Operation Market Garden. We opt out of a visit to the Museum in Arnhem in favor of a visit to the Kroller-Muller Museum known primarily for its 90 paintings and 400 ...
... enlightening all of you with new experiences: people I've met, things I've done and things I've seen.. How about once a week? Deal?
Note to myself: GOSH. Packing a suitcase for 6 months? Mission Impossible.
Note to Mom (and other concerned aunts, boyfriend, etc.): The picture is a joke. I'll be back...
Thanks for reading and see you later, ...
... of egg dishes, including the chef's "Amadeus" special omelette. Despite being distracted by the many decisions to be made about breakfast, boarding the tour bus on time was successfully accomplished.Whilst having already explored many facets of Amsterdam under our own resources, our well-informed guide was able to extend our appreciation of this intriguing city to a different level. Her local knowledge hinted at some of the frustrations of living ...
... I suspect I was starting to be recognised on the streets of Arnhem as I had pretty much driven up each of them several times. So I gave up on the sat nav and tried my own route. Wrong. I ended up going up an alley with some threatening looking men stood in it. Or maybe they'd heard of me being in the area and wanted to see me for themselves. It was at this point I gave up.
So the elusive car house remains unknown to me. I had spent over ...
... before starting a long journey north, through Chili and Argentina, Bolivia and Peru. Planning to at least visit the salt lakes in Bolivia and hoping for Machu Picchu in Peru, but not following a schedule. I’m returning home from Lima on the 26th of April.
These last days are all about final preparation and saying goodbye. I bought half a pharmacy and probably already picked too much clothes I want to take with me, so I ...