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... from the provinces of Overijssel and Friesland where dairy and sheep predominate to Groningen where there are larger wheat and sugar beet farms. Some towns are even built on mounds a couple of metres high! We even rode up a hill 9 metres high. This is definitely my kind of cycling, though I do miss the spectacular scenery ...
... behind at the train station). Close to the Antwerp Central Station is the Diamond Quarter – not very attractive architecturally, but the contents of the shop windows was divine! In fact, I fell in love with one window which was full of sapphire rings but sadly Nick didn’t get the hint! It was a telling tip to the race of the majority of the shop-keepers – most of the shops are open on Sunday and closed on Saturday! We also saw a lot ...
... just passing by, some stopping at the café to have coffee and others just going for a ride. The thing that amazed us was that the road outside the hotel was a cobblestone road, made lots of noise, and the cars seemed to be flying past making lots of noise with their tyres.
We were very spoilt at this hotel and it was gorgeous. set in an idyllic surrounds. lots of walking and might even go for a cycle, seeing as we are in the ...
First of all thank you for reading my bloggg!
I never ever made a blog so its all new for me, but i'm gonna try to do my best and keep you guys up to date from my vacation in America!
So as most of you know i'm going to Los Angeles with my mommy Anita!
We're staying for 4 weeks in an apartment we rent!
Its really close to Sunset blvd so everything is close by.
Today we finished packing ...
... and very quiet roads. We cycled into this village called Visvliet which we hadn't plan on going to (most of our days aren't planned to be honest) and didn't even know existed when we saw a sign for a camp site. We checked out the village and saw that there was a place to get some food so we decided to stay here. It is beautiful, the nicest camp site we've stayed at with a canal just beside it that we had a swim in which was a welcome treat to end the ...
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