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... maps, missing signs or our lack of attention), we walked to the point of giving up. It was a nice European city... with a spectacular International Court and Peace Palace... somewhere.
We really got a sense of the windmills of Netherlands. Our hotel was just across the river from the Kinderdijk area which is a UNESCO site and has over a dozen windmills that still are able to drain water from the area.
... of the North Sea route-cruising along with the locals. The trail took us along the windswept coastline with wide expanses of white sandy beaches & also along beautiful wooded areas, and quaint villages. We had to cross a number of bridges to take us across spanses of the sea. This was quite slow & laborious with a strong headwind. That evening we ended up in a Coastal National Park, where we managed to find a free campsite for the night.
... charming and inviting, people everywhere. We took the tram to our flat and - had a nap. This must be why most people backpack when they're 20! We are getting old! We explored some of the famous areas later in the evening, so much activity. Got ourselves a good map. Tons of restaurants to choose from and we settled on Indian food tonight, so delicious and so stuffed. ...
... market, and it's 1000 variation of bread behind, we found a popular shopping street which had a music cart belting out traditional Dutch tunes for donations and a poffertjes stand. Poffertjes are tiny oil fried doulghnut pancakes that are cooked on the spot and slathered with butter and icing sugar. Delectable! On the way back to the train station, Alexa was drawn to a quaint era story run by a charming British woman who was a magnificent hostess. Alexa enjoyed a tea, each one ...
... help Nadzha with her relationship with Greg. Show her Your plans for her future with him. May Your will be done. God please bless those who we've crossed paths with. Thank you for our family and friends who are praying for us. We headed to Central station to meet Sanna. We were late by 5 mins which is bad because she's Swiss and they're always on time. Fortunately she had to go bathroom so we weren't too late. First thing we did was have lunch at some cafe that ...