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Today we finally got to take advantage of one of the free Sandemans walking tours. Our guide, Berber was very friendly, and as the only true Dutch guide she had some very historically interesting stories about the many areas of Amsterdam. We started out in Dam Square, where she told us a little about the original history. She prefaced by saying that the Dutch are very pragmatic and straight forward people. She pointed to the nearby tram line and said ...
... of huge tinted hexagonal glass tiles, looking more like a work of art than its intended use. Another was built as part of a town's retail complex, with a large sweeping tin roof matching the contour of the road. Amazing creativity and ingenuity!!!! Aligning the motorways is the beautiful lush green of the Dutch countryside. Quaint small traditional houses and larger homes dot the farms, where jersey cows ...
... foods we were looking for were at the gardens. We got stroopwafels! They are very thin waffles with caramel in between severed warm!!! They are sold in the cookie aisle some places.
We caught the bus and train and were back here for a rest before dinner. We walked around and finally found a Brazilian place that €10 specials. That is cheap eats here. It was good. Ed and I had skewers of steak, Susan had a large chicken breast with fries ...
... The road is lined with tourist shops that you cannot escape, similar to some of our Chinese water tour experiences a few years ago.
Hema explains the impressive caves one by one. The expressions of the statues are still making a mark on me. Mahesh Murti Shiva, the three different expressions of Shiva is the most striking sculpture in ...
Getting out of Utrecht was like finding our way out of a maze. We got fuel (at a little over $7.00 a gallon - and that's for diesel which is less expensive) and went all of about 25 miles. This dairy farm has been in this family since shortly after WWII. With all the water you could ever want, the pastures and fields are green green green.
The house and farm are to the left and the ...