Gouda's town hall, dating back to the middle ages.
Ah! Kattensingel 79 welcomes us! (Our room-in my Tante Tineke and Uncle Kees' home) are the two windows on the third floor-it's larger than it looks.
I am quite taken by Tineke's garden.
We were welcomed to Den Haag by the Prime Minister of the Netherlands himself (left) and the Vice Prime Minister of Russia (right).
Queen Beatrix's working palace in Den Haag (the flag is up which means she's in).
Chad and (cousin) Floortje at Lucie's first birthday party!
Lucie's 1 jaar! (with brothers Jules, left; Vince, right)
Opa (Uncle Kees) and five of his six grandchildren (Jules, Lucie, Vince, Ocean, Lenta)
Eva and baby Lucie
It didn't take long for me to fall in love with the sweet babe (with her Oma, Tante Tineke).
The girls (twins, Ocean and Lenta) loved their coloring books from America!
Jules with his Tante Floortje
No good cup of coffee in Gouda is complete without a stroopwafel (a delicious honey wafer)
The endless supply of Gouda cheese-yum!
Today...Amsterdam (in a bit of rain...)
Stay tuned for more... K + C