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We spent the morning perusing souvenir shops and looking through many more of the side lanes which are full of shops and residences. At noon we went to Dam Square to wait for our tour to begin.
The information on the brochure reads:
"A tour to Holland's most authentic villages Volendam and Zaanse Schans, you will see scenic landscape dotted with windmills and green-timbered houses. You will visit a cheese factory, ...
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The couple of nights we spent in Bruges were a lot of fun. We had the chance to hang out with some really fun younger people all exploring the world like us. It gave us a little boost as we headed into the capital, Brussels.
... we had missed have even a small place to “call our own” rather than a hotel or a B&B. Of course it certainly helped that this apartment had a wonderful view right on a canal in the highly desirable Jordaan neighborhood so it was certainly easy to feel at home. Once we had a chance to unwind for a few minutes we decided that we really should be out and about exploring this wonderful city so we struck out to get acquainted with our new neighborhood. ...
... one corner you'd see middle aged families eating their evening ice cream with while on the opposite corner a group of men would be ogling a woman playing with her phone under the dim red light of her booth. I'd heard of Anne Frank but in all honesty I didn't know her story. Maya was keen to learn more of the young ladies adventure so we queued up for an hour to tour through the museum that was once her house. Anne Frank was born ...
Sunday, June 1Our last day, at sea. We have nothing pressing today but we stay busy. Susan won a raffle for a bracelet. She is a happy camper. The day starts so foggy, I would say pea soup. Is clears up later. Susan has written a short novel that I edit for space and content about her trip. She says "all good things come to an end. We saw a lot of churches. They were beautiful to look at. Some were saved from the nazis. Some saved their ...