Hof van Putten
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Okeyy i'm so nervous!!!! Today Charlotte and i talked about tomorrow and we chose a shirt for me, yes we chose clothes, something we ussually don't do.... Okeyy my planning for tomorrow is: 8:30 - 15:10 school 16:30 by HP for the meeting with Silke for training 17:00-18:00 training 18:00-18:15 waiting for Nienke 18:15-19:00 waiting for ...
... weeks, I choose a very small vase like object that it was reported to have been made to hold the tears of the wife's of ship captains when they were away on voyage. Not sure if they were tears of joy or unhappiness. The little town/ city of Delft was very pretty and was sad we didn't have more time there. On to The Hague. Another place ticket off my list. Saturday, Geoff went back down to the water as the following week there was to be a very big Tall Ship sailing event, ...
... Brussels just like Amsterdam, some very interesting viewing in the windows, ou la la. Arrived safely in Amsterdam and checked into our hotel, The Hampshire next to the canal, centre of town and very comfortable. Had a couple of drinks, a light dinner and of to ...
... that evening, so it will be nice to sleep in our own bed. Every day we talk about what we enjoyed, and we try to remember what we did in each place, which is not as easy as it might seem. It's a good job we have our blog so we'll know what we've done. Thank you to those who have been praying for us. We are thankful to have stayed well, and to have had such a wonderful time. We look forward to catching up with you all as the opportunity presents itself. With much love, Lyn and ...
... and give her a hug! She was doing well, and was super excited for her holiday! Dad was like a boy with his first love, with a massive smile on his face and proudly taking Mum's hand on our walk to breakfast. Cute. We had breakfast at a café by a canal and continued catching up with Mum. Everybody back home was good, and so was Maggie. I wonder how she'll be now though, with Mum ('Nanny') gone. I bet she's sitting on Mum's bed, gazing out the window, ...