Van der Valk Hotel Amersfoort A1
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Many of you are curious - just what is the mission and who are the people? Well, the mission is twofold - it is incarnational and informational. Incarnationally, we represent Jesus as His hands and feet to the Hadzabe people, out of love and compassion, caring for their needs. Informationally, we are responding to God's call to carry ...
... br> Hmmmm. Spoke too soon. Stephanie up at 0900hrs and off to a beautician appointment. Oh and she's not very quiet when getting up either.
Then we went to the local brewery for a tour (yes, the one with the windmill on the top). Turned out the tokens are handed out at opening at 1400hrs and they go in about 15 mins. Typical American though - Stephanie was quite loud in her complaint! However we vowed to come back the next day.
She then went off to the ...
... to increase the wonderful impression I had of the historical setup of the narrow residential streets. I found it very interesting how the houses were all so narrow and they had to be built on a lean so a hook above the top window would allow for furniture and other large items to be pulleyed up along the front of the house and into the window.
Just as the walk finished, the rain came down and we sought refuge in a cafe where we shared a 'not quite high tea' high ...
... in Amsterdam - we just walked in without a reservation so it was a 'worst table in the best restaurant' situation but it was all very nice.
Caught the bus out to Zaanse Schans one day where they have working windmills. There was absolutely no wind that day so we were able to go all through the windmill to see how it all worked.
Took the train to Haarlem which was a cute little city.
... works are found in De Haag and other big museums and galleries around the globe.
Soon I find myself amongst the throngs of a Saturday food market. The main street nearby has the ringing bells of one of those automatic piano things I saw so many of in the museum yesterday, two kids with coin-collecting cans tapping out a rhythm in time with the music.
I’m sampling the wares – dips, cheeses, olives, all manner of condiments – for good half and hour, laps ...