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Cloudy and somewhat rainy day so it was good timing to visit the Liberation Museum where the allies invaded northern and western Holland in February 1944 called Operation market garden. It lasted until the fall of 1944 and many lives were lost, mostly from the paratroopers. We "lounged" in the afternoon as the day was not good for ...
... sail towards the main Danube Canal on our way to our next destination Nuremberg. The food , service and organisation of the cruise has been magnificent. Each day you feel as though you have been at a five star hotel enjoying the best of food and service possible. I am afraid if I keep eating and drinking I will not be fitting into my clothes much longer. So be it until our next ...
... stopped at Brussels, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Schipol and finally Amsterdam. It was going too fast to have any decent photos, apart from when it slowed at the stations, and they are hardly the highlight of any city. At Amsterdam we went by bus to the Scenic Crystal ship and met up with the other 140 passengers on our cruise. There were 30 who did the Paris extension with us. So good to unpack, knowing it would be another 17 days before we have to fit it all in ...
... vaguely resembles a cigarette brand (Winston), Russians are likely to confuse the two.
- Fifty degrees Celsius in Iraq is more comfortable than thirty-five in Russia.
- You don’t really need to pack that.
- Hitchhiking is mostly faster than you think.
- Speaking the local language is in no way a necessity for great travel experiences.
- However, speaking it will make the experience even greater.
- The busiest place is not always the ...
... thank Goodness!
However................................ when we arrived at Vancouver airport, and had stared at the luggage belt for almost an hour, it became evident that one of our suitcases was not there....... with the help of an airport employee, we determined that someone had inadvertently taken our suitcase, just because it slightly resembled their own (which of course was still there). At least it was easy to determine what most likely ...