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Monday 11th August 2014
Isi woke up with a tense - butterfly feeling about today, but did not know why as she was not worried about anything. She was having her troubles with her mobile telephone insurance because we do not have the policy number with us and having to send messages to and fro.
We were to set sail for 2 hours through one of the biggest set of docks in Europe so John was up and off to the bread shop and he made breakfast too ...
... later simply as "Het Steen" (the stone castle). The Dutch word "steen" means "stone", and is used for "fortress" or "palace", as in the "Gravensteen" in Ghent, Belgium. In 1890 Het Steen became the museum of archeology and in 1952 an annex was ...
... This app was invaluable in navigating to all the must-see attractions. It allowed us to navigate to attractions that we definitely would have missed. One need only enable your GPS and you are set and therefore a must have for visiting foreign well known ...
... that she had moved to the house 50 years earlier, following the War. It was clear though that she knew most people in the neighborhood, so it was disappointing when she said no one currently lived in the area who had lived there before the War. Everyone had left. It is now ten minutes to two, and in six hours we will be waking up to bike to Dunkirk as the Beizers did 71 years ago. We will be making the 100 km or so trip in two days. Until then, I can legally say... Cheers! ...
... through the ‘living fasion – womens daily wear from 1750 to 1950’ exhibition by Jacoba de Jonge. It was a small exhibition with a large range of gorgeous oldenday clothing including beautiful big puffy dresses that people used to wear for doing the housework! It was very interesting and I loved all the clothes.
After the ...