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... got us some great pastries to give us energy!
We were on a boat dock of sorts and the sign to our next junction point had an arrow pointing out onto the water! We consulted our directions and realized that we were of course supposed to take a ferry across the water and our next junction point would be there. Within a few minutes a ferry did show up and we paid about 4 euro to be transported across the water with our bikes. We weren't alone as about 12 other ...
... smaller and was built in medieval times. This square was Amazing each building surrounding the square was beautiful. On the south side was the Stadhuis ( the town hall). A beautiful gothic building built in 1420. To the right of this was a beautiful Manson which is where the Brugge Museum was. We didn't go into the museum as we had lots to see and only one day. The weather cleared and it was a lovely day. We walked around the city enjoying to beautiful buildings and canals. ...
... Australia, and likewise Natalie her parents on Skype.
We climbed aboard the bikes around noon, mine equipped with a beautiful pink luggage basket. The good thing about Holland, is its flat, making bike riding much easier! First stop off was Hooftwijk. Here on this street is where Opa and my dad lived before coming to Australia. The houses are different now, but the street and area looks much the same. Back on the bikes then, over the ...
Woke up to rain but it cleared for a nice day. Annemarie picked me up and we went to s'Gravendeel where my Mum grew up. Went to her house at Nieuweweg 26 and it hasn't changed. Also visited the old bakery in the Kreekkant which is in the centre of the town. Then went to check ...
... recently cut out of an illustrated magazine and housed in a nice, gilded frame.
It showed a lady fitted out with a fur hat and fur boa who sat upright, raising a heavy fur muff that covered the whole of her lower arm towards the viewer.
Gregor then turned to look out the window at the dull weather.
One morning, when Gregor Samsa woke from troubled dreams, he found himself transformed in his bed into a horrible vermin.
He lay on his ...