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... some time out for a rest at 5 pm (hate to name drop but this time tomorrow we will be getting ready for our dinner at the Eiffel Tower!!) Beautiful blue skies to enjoy our canal tour which finished at 7 pm. A recce of the Railway Station to work out platform, directions and timings for our 8.15 am departure to Paris tomorrow. We enjoyed dinner at our restaurant from last night and returned home by 8.15 in time for Kelly to Repack, once again!! Sent from my ...
Had a bit of a sleep in this morning, we needed it, it's been a big week! Had breakfast around 9.30am at the hotel. It was really nice food so we were good to go for the day. Fist stop was the Van Gogh Museum where about 90% of Van Gogh's paintings are held, plus some from his fiends and mentors. We both found it really interesting to see the work that went into the paintings, and to see the changes in his use of colour and ...
... Iraq and *****ia. Our focus is on getting hone for Pebbles. Travel trivia. In the urinal of the men's loo there is a plastic goal post with a soccer ball hanging off it. This encourages the boys to aim straight. The Balls Eye is a must have appliance. The flight to Helsinki went smoothly and we found the airport to be less crowded than lady time but it is not well planned with passport control and security checks done in a thorough manner. Because we ...
... everywhere, zipping quickly around street corners and crossing graceful bridges over sleepy canals. Many canals are lined with houseboats. We had to use great caution and look both ways before crossing streets, because the bicyclists travel quickly. Along the way, I gazed up at the ornate, gabled roofs of tall, skinny brick houses. The houses are narrow and very deep, because at the time of building, the structures were taxed based on width. At the top of each house, under ...
... and how they do it. Can it succeed? Or is it an air balloon waiting to pop? Their whole economy seems to float on tourism and foreign industry. How many Gucci and Chanel stores can a city bare? I already noticed some stores that didn't seem to have any customers. How many Patek Philippe do you have to sell annually to pay the rent? Can you keep a city this clean? This much people employed for public benefit? Sometimes it seems they don't know what ...
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