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Travel Blogs from Scheveningen
... there are the Coffee Shops and Red Light districts - are we over-regulated in Canada?
Happy 76th birthday, Mom! Wishes coming to you from Holland today.
Here are some final thoughts on Brussels:
- population 1.1Million
- yesterday while in the EU area, we went into the "Parliamentarium" which is an interactive museum explaining the EU with 360 degree projections and virtual screens. All very modern/futuristic like a scene from Star Trek
- Today we took the Tram (subway) to our bus connection ...
... Tanya kindly brought me some seasickness pressure bands which I was excited to try.
It seemed that some more bad weather was heading our way and it was decided that we would wait it out and only leave on Thursday. We did some more fresh food shopping, secured everything in the boat ...
... canals, there were lots of shops and restaurants of different types. We stopped briefly in Remandtsplein to take a photo of Rembrandt statue which had soldier statues in front a la Les Mis. We continued Following the signs to Dam square When we go to a junction we chose the pedestrianised shopping street. There were lots of shops of recognisable brands as well as some posh fashion shops. we found out later this was the famous shopping street Kalverstraat we ...
... piece of artwork he had produced that was not appreciated by the Muslim world. It is interesting to see Europe dealing with similar issues with Islam. Of course these horrors are committed by extremists. Does that vilify the whole Islamic world? It's interesting to think that such a seemingly oppressive culture would move to another culture so well known for its tolerant and open society. I'll continue with this topic as I meander through Europe. Off to storm the castle ...