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... and handbag, find the last items that I hadn't packed yet, put most of it in the car and put some more songs on my I-pod. Which takes a lot more time than I had anticipated but at least it's done.
The next update you can expect when I have arrived, as I am now going to spend the rest of my evening with my parents and siblings.
Love and kind regards,
... but softly. By now I’m really getting tired
though so I’m hoping to get some sleep soon. Luck wouldn’t last long of course.
My travel companion just entered. He’s an Indian guy who hardly speaks German,
or any other language that I know for that matter. He’s looking at me awkwardly
as I write this so I’m going to try and have a conversation with him. No high
... the Venice of Holland" as the houses and business are amongst canals in the most prettiest of settings. It is a gorgeous place and so peaceful. Not so sure it would be so in the height of summer. Willem hired a boat for us and we went through the canals and on to the lake. After a walk and ice cream, we started our drive to Amsterdam. We had to leave in plenty of time for Birgite to get back for her ...
... to pick them up while Willem changed the tyre. He found the nuts were very tight though and called the dealer as they have a membership with Peugeot. They were there while we were eating which was within the 45 mins they promised. Our AA could learn something from this... We watched. Big Bang Theory with them. Fortunately in English with Dutch sub titles. Was fun to check out what they were saying. Last night with this lovely couple. It's going to be hard to leave ...
... house frontages that we so enjoy in this city. It was time for our tour in the newly reopened Rijks Museum. We were on the 17th century tour as the highlights tour was booked out. Thank goodness! What a fabulous tour and we got to really see all the paintings with a deeper understanding. I thoroughly enjoyed getting a new perspective on the works of these most talented Dutch Artists. Back to the car and waved goodbye to Hylke we headed to De Wyk. On arrival ...