Tulip Inn Media Park Hilversum
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... amp; bus or 35 mins by car, which he is awaiting his opportunity to sit the tests it costs most kids about €1000 to pass but Jelle has his tractor license already so should only need 10 lessons €380 & €125 for the theory the €30 for exam, he needs to be 16&1/2 to start, you also need a license or tow a trailer!
Jolandas parents are Hans & Griet.
... that a windmill moves 50,000 liters water a minute whereas the new turbines are either moving 1.2 million ltrs/min and 1.5 million ltrs/min.
The Maas river from Belgium & the Rhine river from Germany meet here & this could lead to issues as Rotterdam & Schipol are both 6 metres below sea level, if they stopped pumping water for 3 months most of the Netherlands would be underwater.
... apparently those that are slightly gluten intolerant can handle it.
Hans mentioned that if the Netherlands had never started to pump water out it would not be having the issues now, if you have a house in some parts of Amsterdam your cellar is 1mtr deeper in the summer than the winter, as they develop Schipol airport the land sinks & Weesp gets higher.
Kees & Marian run the mill, under electrical power making ...
... free shot and we chilled here for a while. Later, some of the others were going to a coffee house, and Josh told me and let me go as he knew I wanted to check one out. I went with Chloe, Mal, Zoe, Shan and Brenton. We bought a "plain joint" and laughed a lot, they even told us to be quiet. When we got back I felt really good, just happy and chilled out. We got maccas on the way ...
... They try to buy the cheap ones because they are stolen all the time, even though they try to spend more on the locks. And we noticed young mothers biking with an attachment that can carry two or three kids in the front of the bike. Some of the children carrier attached to the bikes were rectangular wooden boxes where children could sit, sort of like a wooden Red Flyer. And no seatbelts. Next we visit a wonderful museum, the Rijks Museum, where our superb ...