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Cloudy and somewhat rainy day so it was good timing to visit the Liberation Museum where the allies invaded northern and western Holland in February 1944 called Operation market garden. It lasted until the fall of 1944 and many lives were lost, mostly from the paratroopers. We "lounged" in the afternoon as the day was not good for ...
... in Boulder.
I am going to take care for 3 wonderfull boys in the age of 6, 5 and 2 years old. I can't wait to meet this hostfamily and to start working for them.
But first I will catch the plane in Dusseldorf and fly to NYC!
In NYC I will stay for about 4 days and have some introduction and information about the whole Au Pair thing. And after those 4 days I am flying ...
... the way around with a fantastic panorama of the city, it was a very clear day so could see for miles around.
On the subject of the weather, it was so warm for the time of year, I had taken a coat and a jumper as I thought I would be cooler than it was, I didn't wear my coat once all the time I was in Dusseldorf, it was average 23deg, I got the impression the locals were used to the weather being a little warmer as many people were walking about in coats. I ...
... a grinding wheel to make it easier and quicker so went to Praxis and got them. On his way back he called in to see Joep who informed him he cannot do that outside because of any sparks and also their blue flag status. We can drill though. Every turn we feel frustrated as we come across a stumbling block. Instead of cutting the square hole out (we can go and anchor round the corner once on the water to do it) we decided to get ...
... to be on, was sent to the castle while the other waited until the missing girls were found.
The Netherlands, I have read, are covered in water and farms and windmills. But I never registered what that meant. There was water EVERYWHERE - even little ponds in the green wedges separating ramps from highway, plus the irrigation ditches and rivers; we saw so many cows and sheep and horses; and both the modern and original windmills are ...