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... me, it was lovely! Their names were Maria, Helene and Naomi. Although, to be fair, I'm not super high maintenance, but grateful nonetheless. On the first night I helped Clara make dinner, we had vegetables and couscous and we say around and chatted with Maria. Clara and Maria are both German, and Naomi and Helene are both from Luxembourg. They all spoke English excellently though, but no one spoke Dutch, hehehe! Which is odd, considering they are studying in the ...
... that hotel.
Our first stop today was at the Watersnood Museum dedicated to the flood of 1953. In January of of that year there was a huge storm, and the dikes protecting South Holland failed. A huge swath of the land was badly flooded, and people's homes were destroyed. It was essentially the Netherlands' Katrina. I'm glad to say that the US did its part in sending aid to the people of South Holland. But just imagine: The war is less than 10 years in the past. ...
Pfff, never thought that packing my bags for one week would be so difficult haha, it took me 2,5 hours or so! Tomorrow we're going to Rome! I'm sooo excited :D. First we'll have to drive to the airport, which is in Rotterdam. We have to be there two hours before the airplane leaves. So we're in the car at around 14.30. The airplane leaves at 17.30 and we'll arrive in ...
... about 200 years later. Intriguing. Rights derived from God, not the ruler. Ruler serving the people. A direct swipe at the doctrine of the divine right of kings. But they fought off and on for 80 years before their freedom was finally recognized by Spain, and all of Europe.
Today, the history still underlies the delightful grace and small-town European charm and more livable pace of ...
Started off the day with the family at a local market around 1pm. We all browsed items for sale. Uncle Paul and Grandma both purchased a few items.
Magdalena and I got in touch and she invited me to go on a day trip to a town Called Delft which is a ...