Overdose of Windmills???


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April 19th 2012
Published: April 19th 2012
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Oh goody - I can see from the comments that people are actually reading my blog. So to continue.... the weather is as expected in April- cold, showery, windy at times and occasional sun. But I am well equipped with my M+S thermal long-sleeved T-shirts and 3 more layers and a woolly hat... lost my gloves on the way somewhere - must've fallen out the car door....and of course the shops are full ... Read Full Entry



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19th April 2012

nice wander- thanks lynne
peat house looks cute and very photogenic but... i'd have to go for the posh one! I too am a firm believer in comfort! did you have your ipod playing the windmills of my mind as you sauntered among them. sorry, but it's friday!
20th April 2012

Does look a little grey & cold but i miss that also.
20th April 2012

Pleased
So pleased that you explained about the Dutch Caps!! Hadn't quite realised that you were away again although I s'pose I should ahve guessed - llok forward to seeing you soon. J x
22nd April 2012

Great photos!
As always Lynne - most impressed with the quality of you photos. That museum looks really interesting - I would love it! Shame about the weather but it's much the same here (M&S thermals come in handy in the UK too!)...so you might as well be there, enjoying some different sights. - Jennifer
24th May 2015

your blog about Holland
Dear Lynne, I have read your travelblog about your visit to Holland and it was very interesting! I am Dutch myself and for my Geography Masterthesis I am doing research among tourist bloggers from abroad. Your blog caught my eye because you visited some less famous places in Holland, like Arnhem. It is so interesting to find out why a part of the tourists in Holland visit those less famous places next to the highlights like Amsterdam and its surroundings. That's why I am wondering if I could ask you some questions about your visit, to complement the info in your blog. It won't be a long survey, but more of a short interview-type conversation about your experience and opinion. You would help me a lot and I am also very curious to know about what you think about Holland and the reasons why you choose to visit it. I really hope to hear from you. The interview will be used in a completely anonymous and confidential way. Kind regards, Theo van Veenendaal tvanveenendaal1986@gmail.com

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