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... biscuits but still a fairly British way to approach the afternoon) we headed off to enjoy the streets of York.
The old town portion of York that we explored was very charming but probably a bit bigger of a town than we had originally pictured. There were of course some great little streets that really reminded you of what it could have been like way back when, with old storefronts that would have served as the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker ...
... ever smiled and that was a big change from everywhere else we have been. It started to rub off on us and we would snap at each other. It wasn't good for us. A bottle of Captain Cook dark rum helped stop that for a bit though. Luckily on the last day while looking for a bank we found a cute little area of town that did seem happy so that did save some of the dislike for the country. We did it and now we are moving on to Prague. Where a dollar is worth 20.8 crowns. It will be ...
... wrong side of the road and, yet again, numerous bicycles moving hither and thither. To add to this, after the day of bad weather in Amsterdam, the weather was glorious and is forecast to remain so for the next few days.
Before we leave Harlingen, just a word about our drive here. 2 lane highway all the way but the last bit, about 10 kilometres was along the top of a dyke stretching between the Waddenzee and the Ijsselmeer. The wind was blowing directly off the North Sea ...
... The author invented the language in an attempt to make sense of her life and life in general but somehow it took off.
She's also one of the most impressive Esperantists I've ever met.
There was some games event going on but I thought it was a bit lame.
But Esperantists seemed to be coming and going through ...
... drove around the factory by themselves, went up and down in the elevators and brought new parts to the workers who were putting the cars together. The whole factory was a giant conveyor belt too, but it moved so slowly it was very
hard to tell. It was also not your typical looking conveyor belt as the whole floor was wooden. Sadly we weren't able to take photos in the factory, so you'll just have to take my word for it!
At the ...