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... because it had different Medicianal herbs growing but actually it was a place where older unmarried woman could go. We then went shopping of course and I got some really cool new clothes (Thanks Mum). For lunch we had frites which in English is fries but we had them in a cone with LOTS of Mayo. Then we went grocery shopping. After that we came home just in time for dinner. By Emma The most exciting thing about today is that we had chips in a ...
... we were in the night before last at Rotterdam. And the Mercure is right in the centre of The Hague. An interesting wander around The Hague in the afternoon was cut short in the late afternoon by wind and rain. The city is a mix of old and new. The old dating back to 1230, while the new seems to be happening at a pace with lots of building sites scattered around. It is the seat of the Dutch Govt, Parliament and Supreme ...
... It's pronounced like you're saying "muh hun bate" while you're clearing your throat, and it means mosquito bite. I did pretty well remembering my words today except I've been having to drink apple juice even though I've been wanting orange juice. I'll just never remember how to say that word!
We enjoyed our last dinner with the family, and the girls made a special dessert for us--strawberries, ice cream, whipped cream, and an appel flap. Finally ...
... surrounded by canals. The land was originally lakes and dikes were built around it so the water could be pumped out to create usable areas. In many places the canals are 4 meter higher than the land surrounding it. It felt strange that our boat was floating way high and we were looking down at lands and streams. Holland is one of the largest exporters of milk in the world. We saw many dairy cows, sheep and horses and ...
... but then onto the Canal Cruise. This was lovely. Perfect evening. Saw Anne Frank's house and marvelled at the size of the attic/roof area. Saw wonderful barges and tall thin houses on either side. Law was that everyone should have access to the canals... So blocks of land were very narrow but long... Hence tall, thin houses. Beautiful scenery, trees just starting to change colour. ( We ...