Golden Tulip Noordwijk Beach
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... He lives in Diemen. He had a dance school in Diemen.
He instantly called me back because of the location check I whatsapped him.
Judo Suhi place was the place were Peter had his dance school and where I have been judging in 1985.
Memories came back quickly. I will not forget this day in 1985 because it was the night that , right after I had been judging a medal test I speeded home because my little grandmother was very ill and she was not going to live very long. She was 90.
... even cooked a few loaves of garlic bread without an oven. After eating our huge bowls of carbs we all quickly got changed into descent clothing and made our way hastily to the starting point of the night, a bar called Players. Our ticket included free shots from 8:00-8:30, but seeings as we arrived at 8:15 we had to don our t-shirts and follow around the staff, who poured the bottle straight into your mouth, trying to swallow as much vodka as we could in ...
... these evil people in search of power. One of the powerful quotes was "Anne did not die in that camp, she was killed". How true, how awful...may God bless us to seek love and peace. Next I went in search of the Van Gogh museum - I walked a long way, getting used to get out of the way of cars, but bikes are still a challenge. I found a park and walked through for a bit; then found the modern art museum. Viewed its displays on the 1890s-1950s; also had ...
... 165 canals
- 5.5 meters below sea level
- windmills help maintain water levels
- was founded as a fishing village in the 12th century
- 300 "coffee shops" that don't sell coffee
- have to get coffee in cafes
- red light district
> workers are in a trade union
>they are eligible for welfare
>they pay taxes
... to be looking at me with hungry eyes, ha! Wandering around the zoo today was another highlight of our trip, absolutely brilliant. On the way out of the zoo we dropped in on the Verzets Museum (the Dutch resistance museum) as it's just over the road. This was a really interesting museum and it was inspiring seeing how the Dutch responded to German occupation in WWII. After a long day on our feet we then took the tram to Rembrandtplein and ...