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... we come to a stop and I see we are past a barrier at a level crossing. "What do we do?" Sam asks as we see the barriers dropping the other side of the track. I ask where the barrier is on our side but neither of us know. Sam gets Ruby in reverse and we lurch backwards with an inch to spare as the heavy steel barrier comes down perilously close to our fibreglass roof, then the wind-shield. It is some time before the train arrives and it is only the van that came close to trouble. We ...
... we had been speeding. According to him, we were going fifteen kilometres over the speed limit. He started with a price of sixty euros, but then seemed to indicate that because of the kids and me, he would reduce it to twenty euros. We still weren't sure why, but at least that was an improvement. However, when Paul told the police officer that we had no euros, he told us there was an ATM two kilometres down the road. Great.
All of a sudden, ...
... right on the edge too so we popped in for a break and had a coffee and a pice of apple slice. 13 zloty all up so about 3euro for the slice and two coffees which is super cheap considering there are no other cafés there to compete with. Arriving back home we cooked up a vege soup brith with some noodles and fresh bread from the bakery. All the ingredients cost €5 and it was really yum! We have been craving veggies flat out lately so it's nice to be able to cook when we ...
We went off to the Anne frank house today which is about a diary a little girl wrote when they went into hiding during the Second World War. They were hiding from the Germans who were taking hostage of all the Jews and sending them off to concentration camps once found. It was a really good museum with a horrible story. After the tour we wondered through the city if canals and walked through Vondel park and ...
... of autumn the colours of the leaves sorrou dung the base of the trees just make it so picturesque. I sat on one of the park benches and just gazed at it for about half an hour! Now it was time to climb it! There are three levels to the tower and it costs £5 to climb it or €15 to catch the lift. There was low visibility when we were there so we were only allowed to climb to level two and then we had to get the lift the rest of the way (and they charged us €6 to ...