Golden Tulip Lion D'Or
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... full of active ministry and service. We walked some more, to the larger canal, and a several hundred year old wind mill. We wanted to take a canal cruise, but had missed the last one of the day. We crossed a bridge that earlier today we had seen pivot to create two lanes in the canal--fascinating. In Haarlem we have only seen a few houseboats, but there are many good-sized runabouts tied up along the canals. (Amsterdam's canals, seen from the bus, had ...
... in the gable according to the fashion of the period is obvious, along with use of different coloured building materials. Plastering of facades with tar, giving the black effect, is now banned, yet adds to the melting pot of variety. The aged, monuments sitting on a base of peat, look like old comrades leaning on each other after one too many biers, gaps between them starting from two feet at the base withering away to a mere ...
... rice place that you can get to go and it's all prepared for you on the spot and it smells so good every time you walk by so we decided to try that for dinner. It was sooo good, a good change in types of food. We wanted to go to the Red light district but by the time we realized this it was about midnight and we did not know how to get there and did not want to just wander around and get lost and be stuck because there were no trams running at that time of night. The day we ...
... on their smartphones and tablets while I was reading a
magazine. Caught up on things over a
coffee and some baked goodies before heading out. I caught a tram right outside the
station which dropped my off about three
blocks from the apartment, right on the canal.
As it turns out I caught a cold or flu of some sort. After the owner set me up I headed out to an
Albert Heijn store for some groceries ...
... as you would in England with the (possibly related) Thames
barges, but here on this coast the number of them is simply extraordinary!
Our final purchase was a couple of cups of
lemonade from this bunch of kids- Kids are just the same wherever you travel.
These villages up here ...