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... around the corner, Max found a pet shop...of course Max found a pet shop. He reported a tarantula, a friendly cat who came to him for cuddles and chameleons...no reports of a hedgehog though. He took me there yesterday and sure enough the cat comes straight up to him again. He has something special going on with animals this boy of ours. The cat actually liked Harley too but I think it made him worry about our own left behind at home.
... Amsterdam's golden age. As time passed, hundreds of narrow streets and smaller canals fanned out from the center, crossing the semicircles and creating 90 islands and 1,280 bridges, all within the city limits. The canal in front of our place is the Oudezijds Voorburgwal. This oldest canal of Amsterdam was dug between 1342 and 1380. The part left of the Damstraat used to be called Fluwelen Burgwal (Velvet Rampart), referring to the wealthy families that lived here, usually ...
... got back from our boat trip, dinner, tour etc and it's now 10pm and early morning call at 6am and on the road at 7.30am for Germany. Cologne and Munich and cruise on Rhine. Cruise on canals was great with houseboats and red light area had a few faces in windows even though it was early. So busy negotiating streets with so many bicycles and ...
... how they make gouda (Smoked with ham was my favourite).
Quick* stop for lunch. Little resto by the water. I split a club and a Dutch pancake with C. The club was a little odd in that it also had cucumber and egg on it and unlike a traditional N.A. club...it also had an extra layer of meat and cheese and egg on top of the top slice of bread. Made it very difficult to eat without a knife and fork! Dutch ...
... and behaviour of some of our governments and individuals is beyond comprehension. The positive I took from this very moving exhibition is that by telling some of these stories maybe we can learn from them and ensure these things don't continue but you also feel that it could be a bit futile given we never seem to learn from history. We decided to do some fun activities in the afternoon having been so moved by the previous exhibition so we ...