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... some time in the museum and watching a film, learning about the history of the stones and life of those that lived in their time, over 5,000 years ago. Afterwards, some time to look at the stones themselves. Unlike Stonehenge, you can touch and stand among these, which was a good experience.
On to dinner, and the chance to meet more family; Cor (Jan Vonks brother), his wife Carla, his daughter Lisanne and her ...
... is obviously different immediately. The Netherlands is known for it's flat plains, and that’s exactly what we saw as our first impression.
Took lots of photos, and watched the sea level indicator as it often dropped to -5, which meant we were driving under a canal. We headed for our little village and also saw all the signs to Amsterdam, which was exciting as we were headed there on Sunday.
We arrived at ...
... w fly to Los Angeles
Tonight before we go we have to bring our cat "Twinkel" to Jamie cuz we really cant leave her alone for 4 weeks, she's already so depressed bcuz she knows we're leaving.
She stays close to our suitcases so she can see everything we do.
I'm gonna miss her but i know Jamie will take really good care of her!
Well i'm gonna try to sleep for a bit so i wont be to tired tonight!
Xxx - Suna
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... Mind a rather embarrassing fall in front of the tourist information standing stationary clipped in to one pedal not paying attention and decked it in front of the door preventing anyone from getting in! Neil's was a bit more of theatrical! Looking at the map (I shouldn't really let Neil look at the map!) balancing it in the hand that he was steering with and trying to fold it with the other, careered into the curb and down he went with a sea of ...