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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 ...
... River and was settled in the first century. The metro area has a population of around 1.2 million. It's called The Gateway to Europe because of its delta of the Rhine/Meuse/Scheldt Rivers giving shipping extensive access throughout. It was bombed to oblivion in 1940 when the Dutch refused to surrender to the invading Nazis. The city was rebuilt between 1950 and 70 so it's quite modern. They left plenty of parks and gardens to the ...
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 ...
After a nice breakfast, we board the bus and travel 90 minutes to the Kuekenhoff Gardens. Tulips galore. The rain didn't stop us from seeing it all. Such color combinations, daffodils, hyacinth , Gerber daisies, and oh my goodness the orchids! Gorgeous. We then go back to the ship for a ...
... then in Amsterdam, on the one day it ...