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... story from Henk as to where he grew up and where ,his life took him with his Opa,and of his mother and father and to actually see where he grew up and see where his Opa had began his business after the war. Every one has wonderful memories of the past years,just as Rien with his story of immigrating to Australia with his large family of 12,and he wanted to be a COWBOY,,,,,,,, I must say that I Was lucky enough to find my man ...
... the old and do a spot of oranje shopping for kings day. Eat another croquet and a prepacked salad from the supermarket. There is a huge variety. The only problem is selecting one that doesn't have foods I don't tolerate.. And I can't read the labels. It happened to have pasta and hidden cabbage so I just ate around it. Time for another quiet night as I'm feeling a bit run down. Off to Belgium ...
... air roller coaster-style and shouting "WAHOOOOOOOO!", but thought the other passengers may not appreciate it too much. The journey to Schiphol was only 50 minutes long, and as I was talking to the couple next to me for a lot of it, the time seemed to fly by (excuse the pun!) I also appreciated the free strawberry waffle the cabin crew provided for us, I was well in need of some sugar! We landed at approximately 12.35, which was actually ...
... incredibly attractive!! We enjoyed chatting to him for quite a long time before deciding we really should head out if we were going to fit everything we wanted to into our day!
So we headed out and took ourselves on a do-it-yourself walking tour of Rotterdam that we'd found the map for in the tourist office.
First stop was the Cube houses. There was a free giant chess game which we failed to remember how to play...so we took some pics and moved onto ...
... find my way to the Van Gogh Museum. There was already a fairly long line and it takes about 20 minutes to get to the front. It cost 15 euros and I pay an extra 5 for the audio tour which gives you a Samsung smartphone with headphones programmed with audio information at certain paintings indicated with corresponding numbers. I'm glad I got the audio tour, the three levels of amazing artwork would have otherwise been lost on me without the stories ...