Van der Valk Volendam
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... width. So any wide houses belong to really rich people. Also a lot of the rich houses had 2 staircases for the same house, you for the girl one for the boys. And this was so that the boys couldn't look up the girls skirts as they climbed the stairs. Haha typical. That was it for the day, we just stayed in and got an early night and I read lots of my book ...
... was seeing the name Tol on vans and homes. There was a house on the seafront that indicated the Tol family at number 36c, there was 'Kees Tol' written on a van, I think he must be must delivering packages of some sort. Then we saw a 'Tol & Schilder' van delivering food products. Can't wait to suss out Venhuizen where there are more Tol businesses to check out. The roadsides are hardly ever mowed, the grass is left to grow long but is ...
... filling orders. There are hundreds of these vehicles and it is very impressive how well organized it seems.
After that we we taken to Keukenhof Gardens to see tulips. We expected to see lots of tulips on this trip though we knew that we were the last trip of the season and we might be arriving too late. We've been told that they usually deadhead the flowers shortly after they bloom in order ...
... turned the heater a little higher.
But then we stopped and everyone had to leave the bus urgently.
With the help of some nice Kiwi farmers and the fire fighters we all got a lift to the next village to wait for the next bus coming.
2h later the trip went on. all the backpacks, people, kids and families have been saved.
Arrived in Blenheim I was happy seeing my "NZfamily" again.
It's amazing seeing this beauty of this country and friendly people ...
... Anne hid from the Natzis for two years and wrote her diary. We did not get into the house as there was about a two hour wait to get in. Next stop was a tour of a cheese factory and tulip museum. Oh yes we couldn't leave Amsterdam without checking out a coffee house. Amsterdam is famous for their coffee houses that serve different types of coffee as well as many kinds of marijuana. A pre rolled joint sells from $3 to $9 each depending on quality and strength. They sure ...