Landgoed Het Huis Te Eerbeek
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... out this Dutch city, where the first thing you see is that everyone rides a bike. We are told most Dutch residents own an average of 3 bikes. And that is how they get around. Gas is about $10 per gallon. This is another small town that we were able to cover most of the main town center with about 1 1/2 hour walk. The people is much more mixed than the German towns we visited so far. More nationalities. The tour and crews all ...
Oom Fran's and Tante Clara drove me to the train station arriving half an hour early than planned which was great. Stopped off in Amersfoort central station to meet Muriel to get my mail and enjoy a chat and a drink! Then onto Heereveen train station to be met by Anneke and driven to ...
... After all of the flat land we found hills! Nijmegen was built on seven hills overlooking the Waal River near its merge with the Rhine. We set out on a walking tour with our guide Serge. Nijmegen is a 2,000-year-old city. It is the Netherlands' oldest city. It is located in the eastern part of the Netherlands near the German border. The old Architecture is beautiful. It contrasts with ...
... and we watch the movie of the 4 students and go home.
Marnix and his father drove us in our house.
We have a very long day. I bet our tour guide are also tired.
I really appreciate the Dutchies! A Really big help in the Philippines.
Mrs. Lenemen / mother of Tim thank you so much and sorry your car had a little accident. Your such a blessing.
Mr. Schipper/ Marnix’s father thanks for the tour!
... and saw the Paleis, the Nieuwe Kerk and a big, white monument opposite.
Watching out for trams, bikes, Vespas and cars, we wove our way through the city streets admiring the wonderful architecture and the beauty and serenity of the canals.
Lots of people were out -- at cafes drinking beers, riding bikes, walking along hand-in-hand or smoking mysterious substances. It was really lively and full of energy. People obviously enjoy being out ...