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... to resize it to email etc to see if John could download it any faster on his iPad, without success. After all that frustration and trying to download photos on to one day's blog due to the WiFi being so slow, Isi can’t wait to have some decent WiFi that works as she had lots of blogs and photos ready to publish, and is finding it extremely frustrating. The harbour master came back to collect his dues and we were ...
Unfortunately, just after the last blog entry, Phoebe took a tumble down some steps. She took it very well considering and although it's probably the most serious accident she's had, there was no damage done other than a scabby face which healed up really quickly. The next morning we went for a walk around the lake during a dry spell and then moved on, finding a good spot to stay just outside Triburg, famous for cuckoo clocks with a shop proudly ...
... and towns of the Low Countries to fight the Spaniards, but the inhabitants' energies were directed at their own religious differences. In the end, only the Northern Provinces came together in the Union of Utrecht in 1580, leaving out the catholic southern provinces (today's Belgium, Luxembourg and part of Northern France).
Instead of ending with a story about war and religious strife, which we have enough of in the ...
... gifts. Next aunt Max arrived in her 43 year old Citroen DS it was great to see her again. Ruud's mother Willemijn, Bart's niece arrived and she was a really lovely lady. When Gerard arrived he gave papa a big hug and they began to have beers together, Gerard's son was also called Floris and he was a bit shy with me and loved playing with ...
... The daunting statues of the saints at the front and the inside with thousands of tons of marble, the “stations of the cross” painted by several different artists and the dome that topped the church, all looked very impressive. The town has an arboretum which has species here that are very rare and we would love to visit it if it stops raining. The harbour itself is quite small and has some rather new apartments overlooking it. The town has a couple ...