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planes and trains were stopped so we had to have an extra night in
I had an easy morning reading the Alex Puzo book 'The Sicilian" which I found at the bar. Leith and the others went on a 2 hrs walking tour of the town. Gouda was foundered in 1272 so it has some history and some interesting buildings. I did go out in the afternoon with Leith showing me some highlights while it was ...
This city was built after World War II, most of it's infrastructure is very modern with a typical northern European touch. The Dutch people are very open minded but very conservative too, still trying to figured it out... Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll is fine and legal, family values are well showed and respected, freedom of speech and liberty are the vessel of the ship, ...
John went off to collect Eileen and Simon from the railway station as they had been delayed at Schipol with train cancellations. It was good to see them. Simon has a bad back so had to take it steady and of course Isi could sympathise. We put their things on ST and went straight into the centre to see the end of the cheese market and then we had a snack lunch at our favourite restaurant where we ...
Michael started back at work today, so Bruno and I were left to our own devices. We were going to see where Michael works, but it wasn't an easy thing to do so decided to stay put. Packed and tided the ports ready for tomorrow and then went downtown. Using the gps on Bruno's phone, we managed to walk the distance without getting lost. It only took half an hour.
Sales on everywhere, but most of the stuff is like back home, and sizing is different so not really interested in ...