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... Had a great lunch and wondered this beautiful city! Oh, oh, oh forgot to tell you that we woke up to the amazing thing ever.....right outside our hotel on the street was the most amazing street market EVER! More than 50 different vendors selling everything from cheese, meat, clothes, veggies, flowers, baking and so much more! Simply astonishing how much stuff and how in the heck did they set it up ...
... friend, and always wondered what happened to him. Years later, when Gordon and Audrey went back to Holland/Netherlands for the 50th Anniversary of D-day, Gordon found his grave in the Holten cemetery. We are going to find it tomorrow and put the friend banner on his headstone, that we brought from home! Then we are also going to the city of Zwolle and visit a concentration camp at Westerbrok! Nighty night, I keep falling asleep and my iPad just hit me in the ...
From Volendam we travelled across The Afsluitdijk which is a 27km man made road which divided the sea and created a giant lake whilst solving The Netherlands problems of continuos flooding. The Afsluitdijk was built in 1927 and was a great little addition to the road trip of The Netherlands. Our next ...
... Evelina and Chas live there with 4 clients. We wandered round the garden and got a tour of the house.
We headed on back to Westervelde on the bikes just before threatening clouds burst. We had time to write, read, play with Beau and talk while Rianne cooked for us. Outside thunder lightning and really heavy rain kept us entertained. After a 'gezelig' meal we tidied up together then Erin and Rianne prepared to bake appeltaart. Margreet, ...
... with that, the kids taking turns steering and crashing! The kids are also getting quite good at their archery, with our home made bow and arrows made from sticks found on our various forest walks. Wet and dreary most of our stay here. Not too cold though, like our Autumn! ...