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Both Matthew and Hilde had the day off work. After a big breakfast, we went in Hilde's car to look at some of the Dutch countryside, including some of the polders and canals in the area near Utrecht. The narrowness of some of the lanes was amazing for two way traffic and we also did a walk beside one of the canals. The highlight was a visit to a small, medieval type town ...
... ever had. The cheese was dried out, the bacon was black and dried out. And generally it was a mess. Yes, a big group of Indians had just gone through. The staff could not replenish quick enough and also they were taking for lunch. Definitely not doing breakfast there tomorrow. Peter arrived just after 10am. We went in his car to the centre of Zoetermeer. Firstly we went to the town museum. While we were there Peter was asked to help move an old exhibition. Peter volunteers ...
... really quite warm in the sunshine, although some passengers were wrapped up in blankets (had never seen beach towels and blankets on the same sun bed before).
We were in our shirtsleeves, the only cold thing about us was a cold beer and an ice cream.We did not partake in the afternoon tea that was being laid out but whilst snapping away with the camera I made a comment about the flower arrangements only to find that they had been prepared by one of ...
... On the other side of the museum lay one of the strangest toilets I have ever been into. Inside there is music playing very loudly ... Baby love, my baby love, I miss you, oh how I miss you. Instead of breaking up we should be kissing and making up.... You get the picture.. Classic hits. The place is covered in mirrors, so much so that's it tricky to find a cubicle. Eventually I found one, entered it and could see myself in the reflection on the doer of the cubicle opposite ...
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The next stop was at the Hague, the Parliament City of the Netherlands. We parked and began exploring the city. We first came to the Working palace of Willem Alexander. Jan couldn't resist some ice creams, and we took a walk through the main Shopping Street in the city. We sampled some Stroop Waffles here, another tasty Dutch treat. Basically dry waffles with a tasty caramel filling. Next, a guided tour of ...