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... farmers have growing on their farms. Rien and I have had a wonderful time staying with Rien's niece Marianne and her husband Jan,and daughter Jessica,Patrick and Stefan who live in a beautiful village in NIEKERK We were made very welcome with a great meal cooked by Jan 3 course meal ,topped any restaurant , we also enjoyed the company of Anneke and Wubbe who lives in Meede ,Anneke is also Rien's niece. It was really a very ...
We cruise during the morning. Not much happens other than a talk by our tour guides literally about 'cruising the river'. Specifically, they tell us about the MS Inspire, 135 meters long and 11 meters wide. She was built in Serbia, flies the flag of Malta, weighs 2000 tons and draws 1.5 meters of water.
At one o'clock we dock in Rotterdam, the second largest city in Holland, and after Shanghai, the second busiest port in the world. When the Germans bombed ...
Our morning started very early because the sun was up and very bright by 5am and then the trams started running every 15 minutes. The track is located about 50 metres from our room. Therefore we went to the beach first thing (7:30am), at noon, and again this evening (7:30-10pm).
After breakfast, we took the Tram (streetcar) to the The Hague, about a 15 minute ride. We have transit passes for 4 days which were part of ...
... out on the bus. Yvonne is a very skilled driver, (how else could one survive in Holland) though I had my moments, sitting in the front seat. The traffic (including 16 million bicycles) seems to flow as though everyone can read the other persons mind.
By the time we arrive in Delft and got the car parked, I was starving so we sat outside, undercover and had a delicious meal of, Dutch Pancakes for Barbara and a ...
... However the young policeman I asked sent me in the complete wrong direction and I'm sure he's still having a chuckle. I finally found my way to platform 8A and jumped onto the high speed train to take me to delft. As I got off the train I immediately felt the relaxed atmosphere and close knit community. There were lots of young people riding together and there were more bikes here than in Cappelle Aan Den Ijssel and ...