Hotel-Restaurant La Promenade
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Reunion with the Schaap family. Suzanna & Emma have technically known each other all their life, just with really big gaps... They hit it off again Emma poffertjes with Suzanna Kiki haring with Rosemarijn Cool outfits to fit warm weather Amersfoort ...
... in the Netherlands to follow this practice. Quite beautiful, lovely flowery designs. They wear a very stiff 'kraplap' over their shoulders (see the photo). Also part of the skirt had to be ironed a particular way to result in horizontal creases. In the museum a lady showed us the historical dress of the village. It was very strict with certain material used for weddings or mourning. ...
... for two days this week. However, transportation on trams, the metro and the busses is very easy to use and if one were staying for any length of time I think that would be a great way to get places. It is also a very walkable city and very safe. This was a return trip to Amsterdam for me – after 40+ years. Things haven't really changed very much. There are additions to the museums but the fabulous structures along the canals are, of course, the ...
... the time to look for flights, I started to freak out with the prices. I couldn’t find one for under £700! I had only budgeted around £550 for a flight, which I thought was reasonable. KLM only charged £660, they had only started flights to Harare at the start of this year which worked well to my advantage. The flight to Amsterdam went so quickly, by the time we had eaten a quick breakfast we were landing into Schiphol Airport. Not ...
... marijuana. The Dutch have the lowest use of hard and soft drugs in the whole of Europe, due to that fact when widely accessible it seems to lose much of its appeal to the locals. It might seem odd the for someone that has no interest in drugs of any kind whatsoever to have written so much on it. That's because, rightly or wrongly, it says a lot about the Amsterdamians. I find it amusing that you get heavily fined for drinking in the street but you can ask a cop to light ...