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Awesome little place to call home whilst exploring the streets and sights of Amsterdam.
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... Tapestry. Normandy is wonderful, and the weather has been most cooperative! Sept 29 Bayeux -- another long, very interesting day. After breakfast we drove to Arromanches, and learned about the construction of "Port Winston,". A harbor was needed in Normandy to provide logistical support for the invading allies. The Germans had massive protection at all the established ports so the clever Brits designed and built a new one!! A genius engineering and "construction" ...
... pet Jack Russel, her dad, especially her chickens, she tells me all about a marathon event she has to go to, how she's going to set herself up for uni, how exciting it was for her brother to be joining her... she talked and talked as I listened and smiled. Today though, she's quiet, pensive even. I would hate to assume wrongly, but I think maybe she will miss me. I try hide the fact I don't want to say goodbye to her, I don't want to bring her down, I try to cheer her up ...
... her father, mother, sister and four others lived for two years during the German occupation of Amsterdam. They were betrayed, captured and sent to Jewish Camps. Otto Frank, her father, was the only one who survived.
We then went to the Rijks Museum for a look at Rembrandt's Night Watch and Vermeer's Milkmaid. The museum ...
... boat Ransel III owned by Roland and Pauline and we saw Roland this afternoon - always interesting to compare boats - lots of differences but also lots the same (he has the same drinks cupboard!!). Then this evening we went across to the mooring area for "big boats" to meet with Pieter and Eddy who have arrived on Piet's 65ft Swan ketch - slightly different league to us but hey - we got here!!
So I have been so desperate for a pizza since I arrived in Europe. I woke up today after a hectic night and decided to find this place called La Perla for a pizza. I walked a really long way to get to the area Jordaan and then I got lost and decided that I should loss the idea of pizza and just go into the next restaurant I saw. ...