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We started out touring Amsterdam. Amsterdam has biking highways. One can travel from city to city on the biking highways. There are parking garages for bicycles. There is one across from where we are staying that holds 2,000 bicycles; they are building one right now for 10,000 bicycles. Even the elderly ride bicycles around town.
We had tea at a lovely little cafe in downtown Vierhouten. Vierhouten is a little Dutch village.
We went to the "Hidden Village" of Vierhouten. May ...
... old and then her son has taken over. Their biggest holiday was Queens day and now is Kings day where everyone paints themselves orange. Orange is the royal colour and it is because William Orange from France came to the Netherlands to set up the royal family and the family now is the Orange family, similar to in England the Windsor family. They have farming and dairy farming. This is of course to make their world famous cheese. Their neighbours next door use ...
... at least eight hours every night, your mental faculties could be more acute and you'll acquire more willpower to overcome your cravings.
Ensure you do it a stride at any given time. It's a slow method that takes patience and determination. Don't be concerned about tomorrow, next month as well as next season. Just go through it one day at any given time, just getting rid of the smoking habit for the short ...
... here (coming from the US) is that their iced tea is served "sparkling," so it is carbonated and has a bit of a bite to it. Also, their fries are called "frites" and "chips" which are only served with mayonnaise. If you want ketchup, you have to ask and will likely be charged more - same as you would with water.
Next stop was downtown Bussum, where we wandered and window-shopped. Lance and I thought it was a bit chilly, ...
... Family – thank you for a warm welcome and to your father Marnix thank you for touring us in the dikes.
Leike Coster Family – thank you for the wam welcome. To your brother and sister who joined during the karaoke night. We really appreciate that.
To Ria Huibers and family – thank you for caring for Filipino children. Thank you for organizing this once in a lifetime trip for us. God Bless you and your family ...