Hotel en Residence De Draak - Hampshire Classic
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... riding along the dykes were the ground is higher than the water flow thru the paddocks. It is amazing to see. We then left Giethoorn and then the heavens opened up with a tremendous down pour of rain so we stopped at a restaurant in t'Harde, there we had a nice meal of Kroketten ,salad, fish,and chips,The chips here are the best in the world of course Holland produces the best Potato's ,then we drove home in some spots in the pouring rain ...
... water. It was amazing to see the miller (a volunteer) lash the canvas sail to the blade. It was a dangerous job to be a miller when these mills were in operation. They have electric pumps now to move the water. This land below sea level continues to be reclaimed through the ingenuity for draining and protecting the ...
... a 1 1/2 hour walking tour to view the windmills and go inside a working mill. Wonderful tour guide, Eta, who volunteers as tour guide in her spare time. Any tips that she receives as a guide are donated back to the windmills for upkeep and maintenance. We departed at 11:30 to travel to Rotterdam where we will join the Rhine River. Up until now we have been travelling from Amsterdam down the North Sea ...
... That evening we just hung out at Joep's house with his sister and brother who happened to be in town also. This morning Lauren and I took the train back to Amsterdam and are currently awaiting the flight to London! Once we arrive we have another train ride for Epsom the town where her friends live. Hopefully since they are also American we can still have some 4th of July ...
... confusion on the island due to this sudden call. The population is small (about 2100 in Stanley), and a lot of reorganising has to be done to accommodate a cruise ship such as the Veendam when it calls at short notice with around 1350 passengers. Many, many islanders leave their 'regular' jobs to work on tours and serve in shops when a cruise ship is in port and that isn't a problem with sensible notice, but it's easy to imagine the effects that last minute changes have. ...