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... gin like drink they make...I gave mine to Al!! We also went by the giant Noah's Arc again. The man was going to sail it all over the world to talk about God but couldn't get the proper permits - now it is a bible study for children and a tourist attraction. Since it is Saturday we are trying to figure out how to watch the Gator game. We get into Amsterdam at midnight and ...
... Here is what I love about Holland though. In the States the security lady would have simply thrown our things away with no second thought. In the Netherlands she looked at my giant bottle of water and said, "You could dump that out and put the wine in there." So that is exactly what we did.
After we spent over an hour setting up the most complicated tent I've ever seen (Thanks again Marco!), we headed into the pre-party ...
... on alternate Wednesday's . You out them out on the street where there is a little sign on the footpath. The brown is for material which is composted and later put on the land around. By the shops there are places to put glass separated colours and paper . All plastic is put out in special plastic bags . You can also go to a bigger place where you can get rid of everything . The streets are very clean . I am off on another adventure tommorrow watch this ...
Charlie delivered my breakfast in bed . Then Rachell and Peter and I visited the Botannical Garden formed 425 years ago by Grotius who had travelled widely and collected many plants. It is included as a special area in the University of Leiden ...
... do the road surface and potholes justice! At least they are working on it.
We arrived in Holland and decided that we would take a quick visit to the 19 Wind Mills at Kinderdijk; they were used to drain water from the Alblasserwaard and are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site - but parking is not camper van friendly.
After a short stop we drove on to our Camp Site for the next few days. Following 'Snoopy' ...