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... the Netherlands become an economic super power in the early 20th century, mainly because they were able to construct a massive fleet of ships in a fraction of the time that it took before the era of windmill power. The Dutch are passionate about preserving the industrial windmills and there is even a windmill society called De Zaansche Molen that was founded to preserve the mills for future generations. Very interesting ...
... on the Amsterdam city walking tour. We had a great local guide who helped us get our bearings and taught us some interesting facts. The reason that all of the houses and apartments are so narrow is because taxes used to be charged based on the width of the front of your premises. This resulted in all of buildings being constructed tall and narrow. It caused a problem inside though with there not being much room for staircases. This is why all the staircases that ...
... with more bicycles on the street than I have ever seen in my life! Found a nice restaurant for dinner and then headed back home to our apartment and finished off our evening with a glass of wine on the rooftop!
Thurs., Sept. 4, 2014
Toured the Red Line route today on the canal bus stopping off at the Dapper Market. From there we walked to our Heineken Experience Tour where you become the beer. It was fun and I got my Master ...
... wants to hold everything (and gives you a reassuring nod when she takes it from your hands), she makes decisions and can be stubborn to change, and she certainly tries to communicate what she wants. She's still our little baby though and when she falls asleep on your shoulder after a big day, Miss Indy Pendent disappears and she is our little baby again.
Stay tuned for the adventures in Groningen!
Lots of love,
Somsak, Karen and Indy
... The university which was converted from a warehouse, and a place where the Catholic church was held when the only churches allowed were protestant. We very much enjoyed her tour and the advice she gave for other places to go. After lunch we set off on our own as Carolien had other commitments. So we walked, walked and walked until we got back to our apartment at 8.30. Tired and foot sore. We so enjoyed seeing ...