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... was time to head back to the hotel to prepare for dinner.
Dinner was at a floating Chinese restaurant called Sea Palace. (Apparently the Port became so popular for the Chinese immigrants that their culture had been adopted by the Dutch) We sat down at our tables and they bought out the first course the Chicken Soup, Then each table shared plates of different dishes including Kung Po Chicken, Beef and Broccoli, a Sweet pork Dish, an Egg Omelette ...
... quick (we were a little early).
We boarded only a little late, but then were held on the tarmac for almost an hour.
Our transfer in Amsterdam is going to be close to say the least.
As is turned out, we made up some time in the air.
So being fleet of foot, we managed to make our connecting flight to Manchester - ...
... sale. So, chances are good, that if you have bought fresh flowers, they came through here.
Today I went to the Rijkmuseum. The Rijkmuseum is the Dutch National Museum. It was founded in The Hague in 1800 and moved to Amsterdam 8 years later. The current building was designed by Pierre Cupyers and was built in 1885. The museum has a collection of 1 million objects or art and history that range from the years 1200-2000 (8,000 of which are on currently on ...
... restored Frisian home, as we by chance met the current owners in the local pub (!). Ironically, they have had it on the market for 3 years without a bite-- asking 300,000 Euros. They invited me to move back, as the town doctor left a couple of years ago, and no-one has replaced him yet -- Ha !
Later went to the old church of which my (Jeff's) Opa Dresselhuis was pastor from 1926-1947. We at first did not think we would be able to get in, as a funeral was about to start, but ...
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