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... Site. We had an opportunity to see the windmills up close and learn more about them when we took a boat ride through the area. We saw what they are like inside when we climbed to the top of one and then back down. The family living area is quite compact. We also saw the inner workings of the mill. Today we really learned a lot about the ingenuity of the Dutch and how they have reclaimed land and manage the ...
... water level as the river and tide rose or fell in the region. Now that the site is a major tourist attraction, the water level management is provided by diesel pumping stations near the parking area.
Today the windmills are kept as reminders to how the early dutch coped with their changing environment. Some are museums and some have been converted into homes, shops, or restaurants!
Inside one of the windmills we saw how people lived and worked in ...
... I think were very anxious to get their feet back on the ground as it was very very high and I would not be game to look down from 180mtrs high even though they were hooked to a secure rope. We all enjoyed several delicious cakes including Australian scones ,with jam and cream,Dutch Apple pie,and many sandwiches,coffee and tea. Rien and I went withJan and Conny to their garden house in Blijdorp ,they are renovating the small house ...
... mass at 12.30. We walked around the block and came back and decided to go in. We sat down to make a visit, and then a woman came in and asked us something in Dutch. We said we didn't understand but she kept speaking. So then I asked another lady who was walking towards us if she spoke English, and she said a little. She told us there was mass as we thought in Spanish.
We sat up front and waited. Quite a few people came. There were ...
... in working order and are serviced regularly. It is the largest network of windmills in NL and has got a UNESCO world heritage status in 1997. There are around 19 windmills in the area and are completely free to visit. The Mills are operational depending on the weather. We got here by car. Driving from Antwerp, Belgium. It's well marked right from the motorway exit through the village. You can ...