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... men rode bikes. We saw 2 tanks and a jet plane parked outside the castle. Our next stop was for a big hot chocolate that was really yummy because it was made with real chocolate. After this we went to see a beautiful church . It has a huge pipe organ that covered half of the front wall. We saw the seats that were all carved differently that in the old days people had to buy to have as their special seat in church. I lit a rememberence candle ...
This morning we went to SCCM's (Stanley, Corrie, Carine and Marieke's) house for nice European breakfast. The croissants were every bit as good as in France, and the mixed fruit jam was as good as I remembered it. Remember eierkoeken, Dottie? We had those too. And Hagelslag (chocolate sprinkles) too. And sinaasappelsap which means orange juice, but literally it's translation is "orange apple sauce". But my very ...
Today it was Ton's turn to take us out and about, as Rene and Truus had work. We went for a lovely scenic drive out to the Delta Works. It is a series of construction projects in the southwest of the Netherlands to protect a large area of land around the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt delta from the sea. ...
... thrilled with the weather. It was cool, but mostly sunny. She and Gerry had a nice walk and took some lovely pictures.
The Captain's Cocktail reception and Farewell Dinner was this evening. Neither Bob, who is still sick, nor Warren, who said he was tired, were in attendance. We missed their company, but had a lovely dinner, our last of the cruise. We have had a great ...
... and said it was all going well. Yay! Apparently it's only a wrist fracture and it's anatomical. That's good, for us non-medical people who don't/didn't know what that meant. Yay! Good news. Heading on from Amsterdam, we took the train up to Groningen, which is near Winschoten, where my Oma grew up. Groningen is a gorgeous little university town, and we enjoyed having a drink and some food and some good old fashioned people-watching. The next morning, we got on the train ...