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story supporting a sign above the door stating: “The Oldest tobacco store in
Holland”. Suprised that these stores
still exist i entered the shop. Behind the counter a found a man in his early
60’s wearing sloppy brown pants and a
red shirt. He was in conversation with another gent barking at this man with
his low harsh voice. No doubt his vocal cords had been damaged by years of smoking,
lucky one could not see the sate of his lungs. ...
... on and after another hour we were passing through a town and Laura was ready for a lunch break. We found a fantastic cafe and enjoyed the food and drinks. My breakfast was still sticking with me but Laura did a great job of finishing off the dishes. Our only disappointment was the volleyball tournament that was going on.
-off we went and we quickly realized that our beloved GPS was leading us to ...
... would allow us less flexibility, specially in terms of setting our own schedule. Thus we chose the one with stays at different hotels, breakfasts included but no dinners.
Duration: 8 days (7 nights)
Length: 320 km/199 miles MINIMUM. That is, if you take the direct routes (we didn't - we took additional, optional routes) and if you don't get lost (we did) and if your first hotel is the same as everyone else's (it wasn't).
... to the problem, this was a public holiday as well. So I went a strolled round the village taking photo's and enjoying the sun. We fin ally got under way and progressed via the canal to Nieuwegein going through numerous bridges, some that rose on a hinge, some that swiveled, some that lifted entirely. Most were manned remotely via ...
... in the English style during the late eighteen hundreds. We were very fortunate to be there at "Peak" for the rhodos and azaleas. The native yellow tree peonies were new to me. The huge specimen trees including beeches were magnificent. The flock of sheep in the meadow added to the serene feeling.
A surprise in the evening was a visit to a second generation rose ...