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planes and trains were stopped so we had to have an extra night in
I had an easy morning reading the Alex Puzo book 'The Sicilian" which I found at the bar. Leith and the others went on a 2 hrs walking tour of the town. Gouda was foundered in 1272 so it has some history and some interesting buildings. I did go out in the afternoon with Leith showing me some highlights while it was ...
... on my bike.” I don’t care she answered”.
I left the shop and though; just imagine I if I was a
foreign tourist and this would have been my first shop I visited in the town,
thus would have created a very negative impression. She had the full right to
stop me from taking pictures but, as I often say, it is not what you say it is
how you say it. The style of conversation shows the receiving person what level
of frustration or imbalance ...
... a return trip for €6 each) then we took another tram to what we thought was the "old" houses but they turned out to be "odd" houses. Odd they were as they were cubes. John went inside and they certainly have a lot of wasted space and make you feel giddy just looking at the pictures! By the cube houses they are building a new indoor/covered market hall which has apartments at the side and above with the ends open. ...
... mechanical struck this time a blow out literally my tire exploded and off came me steers again glad the pins were shaved. 3 mile trek with a fully laden bike and flat tire in 32 degree heat is not fun to a nice bike shop who fleeced me 65 euros for fitting a new tire and tube( 30 quid in uk) very resourceful these DUtch. Well showered, fed and smalls washed and off to Delft for a walk . Adios ...
... cheese, we can bring it into the States. I certainly hope so because most of us couldn't resist.
Thursday is market day and in addition to the shop offerings there were many stalls set up with merchants selling notions, flowers, bakery goods and of course, cheese.
At noon, we met at the historic town hall where every half hour a gigantic music box with animated figures appears half way up the tower to indicate the time.
As we ...