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We docked in the Netherlands this morning. And bright and early we board the two big luxury tour busses that has been following us from the start of the tour. We ride for about an hour and a half to the De Hoge Veluwe National Park, and we get to go to the Kroller Muller Museum, which is a museum in the middle of the woods. It has an array of Van Gogh paintings, and an sculpture garden with modern sculptures. Back in Nijmegen, we get ...
... br> Something to think about....
Netherlands TE attainment targets (translated from Dutch)
Part D: man and nature
The following eight core objectives cover a large content site focused on science, technology and
health care related issues. These core objectives in global terms what it is
concerned: an inquiring attitude towards nature, recognizing relationships and interactions,
linking theories and models with practical work and ...
... our girls. After playing we decided that we needed to eat some apple cake and squeezy cream that we purchased yesterday and luckily this did not need warming up so we went back to Sven and enjoyed a very nice cake, although it was not quite as tasty as those made by my aunt Annette. We forced it down though. There was more rain throughout the day so s DVD for the girls was in order and Jess decided to get as ...
... all of them. We visited Kinkerkijk Windmills - a UNESCO site on our first day (Saturday) and then sailed for the rest of the day. Sunday was a spectacular day as we enjoyed a walking tour of Cologne and visited the magnificent cathedral. We concluded the tour at noon and then attended an hour of song and prayer in the cathedral (which turned out to be a mass). Monday was a very special day as we cruised UP the Rhine and saw the castles along ...
... goes through, to get funding and to keep privileges like a bar on campus, made me appreciate the work these people do even more. Dulcia said that while we're on travel break, scaffolding will go up, and the Dragon Tower will be repaired - they got full funding from the Dutch government! Kind of funny though - I can't escape the scaffolding of Emerson College.
Back in the room, Kim and I had brie and strawberries and stroopwafel while Sam booked her ...