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... photos. Everyone, including Pit, were in good spirits and parting wasn't painful. I would so love to see more of Margareta. As Richard is aplying for a position in Nazareth it isn't likely they can make it to NZ in the near future.
We found our way to the tram that took us to Den Häag station. From there we were on mission to find the Bever outdoors shop. It was practically next to the station. Pit had kindly given Erin some money so she was ...
... Mondrian collection, which is the largest collection of Mondrian's work found anywhere in the world.
This royal palace dates back to the 16th Century. Since 2013 it has been the working palace of the King Willem-Alexander. The grand palace ...
... and purple ones, but also got a yellow, an orange, and a red tulip to take back with me. Finding vases to hold these gorgeous, hopeful flowers was a trick; I used our ice bucket, which served quite well.
And after visiting the tulip farm we went to Keukenhof, the 79 acre flower park that was once the kitchen garden of a medieval castle. Known worldwide as ...
... that join together to cover all the decking area, although in big downpours they can give way and someone can cop for an unwanted drenching!
We walked back in the dry, Isi had an early night and John read then wrote up the day’s events. Earlier in the day he found an unmarked DVD which turned out to be Walk the Line, the Johnny Cash story and watched a bit of it before ...
... to the problem, this was a public holiday as well. So I went a strolled round the village taking photo's and enjoying the sun. We fin ally got under way and progressed via the canal to Nieuwegein going through numerous bridges, some that rose on a hinge, some that swiveled, some that lifted entirely. Most were manned remotely via ...