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... for lace making, a lovely thing for which to be acknowledged. The art is dying out as it is very expensive to train the artists who make the lacework, but here one an still buy traditional lace wedding gowns, parasols, doilies, dresses, table runners, shawls, whatever is desired. But do not expect to be able to do this in a decade or so unless you want your lace made by machines.
In addition to the ...
... afford to live here." Back to the ship for a disembarkation briefing from Nick, our Cruise Manager and then to lunch. It is a beautiful day, so the four of us went to the top deck & enjoyed the sunshine and view as we cruised to Kinderdijk. We arrived at the dock at 3:00 and on arrival went on a self-guided tour of Kinderdijk. We first saw a movie about the town and its 19 windmills. We walked along the water to ...
... was saying Damme we missed it and are heading out to a town on the outskirts of Brugge, Judy was good this time we only made one u turn and got onto the right road and soon were in this really beautiful little village was not big but full of character, Stewart was again going crazy snapping anything that moved and enjoying himself, we soon discovered it the Boat was broke so no go for us on it so a bit of a look of the canal then off to Brugge.
Once in Brugge we ...
... and get dressed for an outing.
It was right at 9 when I decided to go for it. Things seemed relatively calm in the digestive department, and as long as I didn’t pig out on Belgian beer, chocolate, waffles, and French fries, all things they excel at, I might make it.
It was a mad house downstairs where our 24 people tried to get assigned to the four taxis we had reserved. I got shifted a few times. The ...
... slides are irretrievably coated in child’s pee. An irrational fear? Or commentary on a Yorkton childhood? Or does he just spend long hours quietly observing strange children urinating? None of our theories proved conclusive, but the pictures of the lake turned out just terrific.
Fleeing a mad gunman by diving out the hotel window into the canal
Ok, this one is tough. We really didn’t do this. But it probably got your attention.