Hof Van Wageningen (WICC)
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Today started with our transfer from our hotel to the town of Wageningen Netherlands. This was to be where we spent our day seeing the annual celebrations held in this town to commemorate the Liberation of the Netherlands from Nazi occupation in 1945. Sightings of Canadian flags hanging from buildings were an early indication of the warm reception the students were to receive today.
... people dear to me that I have lost. You will meet them in heaven, so please hang out with them and lastly remember you will always have a special place in my heart.
Valerie Sargent wrote:
Moira decided to come into this world, just hours after our wedding day in Lima. What a
lovely wedding present, our first niece.
Fred and I had the honor of standing-in at her baptism in place of her God Parents, we were so proud, ...
... are a nice contrast. A market (mainly food but a few handbags and shoes as well) had set up in a square that I pass by to get to the hotel. So much to choose from - breads, olives, cheese, meats, fish, flowers, fruit, veges. I got some bread (date, fig & walnut) and some wee sesame crackers that will go perfectly with the cheeses I got the other day.
By this stage I realised I was wearing the wrong shoes for the amount of walking I had done, but I ...
... in a drunken slur, "I like your accent, where are you from?" I responded with Australia and that sparked the interest of her friends and soon I was the centre point of the group for a small moment. They asked the most obvious questions you ask a tourist, so I won't bore you with the details, but the last question was interesting. "Do you want to join this pub crawl?" I am still deciding the context in which she asked the question, was it one of will or was it just to be ...
... Kit made a small cheese and cracker tray - yum! There is some type of rice cracker and another wheat, and then an odd spread that Kit compared to hummus but I don't see it. Like a dummy, I tried some tunafish he made (he makes the best!) but due to my weird unexplained Gallbladder/fish allergy - instant stomach cramps. Looking forward to socialized medicine here if I move so maybe I can get this figured out!