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Seaport tourist town on a lake with plenty of restaurants, shops and people watching
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Had a nice thunder storm last night and woke up to a cloudy day. We got everything packed up and then checked out. After that we parked Knausy just outside the campground and then took the bikes off. We wanted to buy an extra tire and 2 tubes for "just in case". So rode into Delft to the bike shop Eric told us about. Didn't buy a basket for my bike …
Hoy por la mañana, nos dirigimos a Zaanse Schans, un pueblito en las afueras de Amsterdam en donde juntaron todos los molinos de viento que aún funcionan, uno para Textiles, otro para cortar madera, y para algunas otras tareas. Originalmente los molinos fueron usados para drenar el agua de las tierras ganadas al mar. Nos explicaron cómo es todo …
... Netherlands with cloggs, cheese, traditional Dutch clothes, raw fish (this will be coming up again in another blog and it's one not to miss!) and a windmill. I was a true tourist today where I got my photo taken while wearing in traditional Dutch clothes. Next up the Afsluitdijk and ...
...this is Holland after all.
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Today I got to experience "traditional Holland." In an earlier post I talked about how when Americans think of the Netherlands they think of wooden shoes, windmills and that's about it. Today I saw how Dutch cheese is made, how wooden shoes are made, wore a ridiculous traditional outfit, and ate a Dutch pancake. It was a really solid day.
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... The cold winds that sweep unchallenged through the Neaderlands (lowlands) gave it a gift and that of energy. With that, the Dutch reclaimed swamps and lakes with the windmills working as pumps. Through a series of coordinated canals of increasing height, the water is raised to sea level and then released into the sea at low tide. It must have been a act of governance for this level ...