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... br> We all arrived and were given a flower for our lapel, these had a magnet so that they could be 'pinned' on with no trouble. About 60 people, only us relatives from Australia but several of Alex's European friends came form Germany and the UK. Willem has a brother and sister so they and their families were there plus of course his friends.
The ceremony itself was mostly in English however they ...
story supporting a sign above the door stating: “The Oldest tobacco store in
Holland”. Suprised that these stores
still exist i entered the shop. Behind the counter a found a man in his early
60’s wearing sloppy brown pants and a
red shirt. He was in conversation with another gent barking at this man with
his low harsh voice. No doubt his vocal cords had been damaged by years of smoking,
lucky one could not see the sate of his lungs. ...
... sea level the houses and fields can be.
-after 1.5 hours we were ready for a break and stopped by a bridge. By chance there was a picnic area nearby and we ended up having a great stop and a yummy orange. It was a fun stop and our butts were glad to get off the seats. It showed us how fun moments just happen and we were having a great time.
... Bike Tours (http://www.dutchbiketours.com/bike-tou r-amsterdam-bruges). I was set on doing a bicycle trip from Amsterdam to Bruges. Other operators for the Amsterdam to Bruges trip had you spending the night on a barge. The barge would just float from one destination to the next with all your luggage. This option has its own advantages: same place to sleep, same group of people to bike with and breakfasts and dinners also predefined. We concluded that ...
... A major international waterway, it runs through six countries and forms an international border in several places.
Through its tributary, the Main River, the Rhine is connected to the Danube by the Main-Danube Canal.
Today ships can travel safely between Basel and the North Sea, but that wasn’t always so. Robber barons, in their castles, guilds and corporations in ...