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June 28, Day 3. Our first full day in Europe. The day started off great, as breakfast was a full offering of traditional Dutch food and continental fare. When in Rome, or in this case, Amsterdam, do as the Dutch do, so most of us abandoned the eggs and pastries and opted instead for bread, butter, ham, cheese, jam, and chocolate (as we learned …
... random, we crossed the ramp easily and with a little skidding on the metal deck were guided to our parking place behind, what looked like a big fish and chip van.
There appeared to be only 2 caravans on the ship which seemed relatively empty. The other vanners had a problem with their alarm as they had never been asked to turn it off before (if the tilt alarm isn't switched off, rough seas can trigger alarms and ...
... dike in the north of Holland.
Stopped in Ijmuiden which is a large commercial fishing town and went to a fish store to buy lunch. I had herring again. The port was full of large fishing vessels and docked was also a large car ferry that runs between Holland and England.
On return trip across the docks, we had the chance to see a ship entering the locks. The front gate closed and the back gate ...
... Rhine which flows all the way through Germany. We drove along it last year. There were lots of old castles up high on the cliffs above the river.
We drove through Germany. I was asleep but when I woke up there was a beautiful view. I am happy to be in Europe. It is usually sunny and there are always lots of interesting things to look at.
... had my host mom ask me if I wanted salsa with my fajitas and she brought me barbecue sauce hehe :)
The weekend of February 7th is called Carnavales. If you are not familiar with the customs or traditions of the Spanish culture, allow me to introduce you to one of the best times I have experienced in the Spanish Culture. Carnaval in Alicante, Spain is not a joke, EVERYONE participates. After dinner on the night of Carnaval the streets slowly start to fill with people from ...
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