Apollofirst - Hampshire Classic
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... started with lessons. They are both going well in school and both are having fun learning all sorts of stuff: Mats can read and write and has started to count, Ole is starting to read as well. At the end of September we will have our next Run for your Son events: the Dam tot Dam first (this time, the boys will both run the last km. together with us for the first time, the backpack is getting a little heavy…..) and a week later we are organizing the ‘Run with your ...
... were dancers, singers, instrumentalists, and a piano player whose hands seemed to move at the speed of sound. After the show was over, we plopped down on the foldout couch and fainted.
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On this amazing day, I went on my first cruise ever. Taking a tour around the cruise, and going off on my own was always fun. We had to take an emergency drill so we would know what to do if the ship sunk. [Highly ...
... our final day leisurely exploring one of Amsterdam’s parks and the canal area of the city. Our day started with a short visit to the tranquil Vondelpark, a huge area of greenery not far from the museum district. We didn’t have time to see the park in its entirety as we wanted to see more of the canal area and so headed for Prinsengracht which is reputedly the most pretty of the canals. We then spent several hours walking beside the canals, taking ...
... good thing because after 30mins in the line it was already way longer than when we started. It took an hour and a half to get in but was worth it. It was truly amazing that they managed to keep so many of them hidden in such a tiny dark place for so long (8 of them for 2 years). The museum was very interesting and sad but you can still walk through the old factory, go through the book case that hid them and go through most of the house. It was very eerie. ...
... the cows in winter. We grabbed the bus and headed back into Amsterdam. Our intention was to take in a few more sights but instead we decided to enjoy a beer at the pub next door. We all then enjoyed a few drinks at another pub that Amy and I enjoyed the night before. Again the feeling of Gezellig! Enjoying the company of mum, dad and Amy while watching the people go by and enjoying the fun that was being had around us. Watching people is one of my favourite pastimes ...