Hotel/Cate Da Vinci
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... Or maybe it was the first pub night where I somehow chipped half my tooth, had a sneaky chunder in the club and got completely lost, cycling another girl’s bike home with her on the back, only for her to cycle back 20 minutes the way we just came. It was eventful, but I don’t remember much else from that night.
It is hard not to compare experiences, but this exchange experience will be different to that in Vancouver. Not just the environment, but ...
... However, many flowers are actually cut off (dead headed) in the field so the nutrients can go to the bulbs which are then sold in the fall. It seems such a waste to see beautiful flowers lay on the ground.
We visited the famous Keukenhof Garden. During spring time more than 7 million tulips cover the 32 hector garden. Local farmers have to compete and paid fees in order to display their prize tulips in this garden. Keukenhof opens only 10 weeks a year from late March To ...
It was a walking tour of Amsterdam that we did today. Lovely warm day and Amsterdam is a flat and beautiful city. The canals are lovely and there are bicycles everywhere.
First we saw Anne Frank's House which was very sad and very well done. Of course it made me very sad to remember how papa escaped from Austria and how lucky he was to get eventually to Australia. We ...
... in the renting game, rather than going at it alone. It's not like I am in the position to take time of work these last few weeks for viewings of the apartment, and it is nice to have people with experience who can do the sorting and matching and assist in drawing up the contract.
With some of the admin of the whole process out of the way, however, what was left for me to do was packing up ...
... backed only to find our missed junction was a signpost completely obscured by overgrown bush!! I reckon we do about 40km a day during which we spend about a quarter of the time lost!!
The campsite in Leiden is lovely. Our van is parked on a piece of grass right next to a mooring, maybe four rows of about thirty boats. During the night you can hear the gentle chink of the rigging against the masts. Its a beautiful sound.