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... of stopping and debating which we should get. Wonderful waffles with chocolate, whipped cream and strawberries or walnuts or both. I was hooked. I still am hooked. It was AMAZING. And I don't know how one person eats one alone. It was so filling and I shared it with mr. huge bite. I also forgot a new yummy thing my Grandma showed me that I can't get enough of now: nectarines. They are too good. I don't know how I haven't had one before. And they are cheap here! ...
... t feel rushed. Only weird thing was that the boarding passes for Terra and me printed out strangely and the bar code was cut off. Terra almost had to go back to the check-in counter but a supervisor waved us thru. we had a great flight because both of the middle seats were empty in our two rows so we were able to stretch out (kind of). The girls slept most of the way to Reykjavik, all intertwined with each other. Had ...
... the network is an outstanding man-made landscape draining and protecting an area by the development and application of hydraulic technology.
Disembarking for an excursion in the picturesque Dutch countryside of the historic area, we are taken to a working windmill. They are so much larger up close and the wind blades close up give me an understanding of how a mother with so many children ...
... any of that either. If you do not fancy pizza or chips you can have Indian, Lebanese, Asian or Italian. Yes these are the restaurants that frequent each country we have been in. We did manage to find on the last night a restaurant that served dutch food. It was hearty, rich and of course somewhere there was cheese on the menu.
Well I am going to finish this one up now and will write from Paris.
Miss you all - love Mum and Des.
... the information about the house and them hiding etc, and then you move into the house itself, through/past the actual bookcase & into the tiny small hole that have all been there since everything went down. The hole and all the passages/staircases are tiny and it was really quite eerie. Anne's room itself was incredibly small and it was very daunting to see knowing how long they were hiding for and how many people she shared the space with. The windows are blacked out and a lot ...