Efteling, Netherlands

I would love to go to Fairytale Forest one day. I know my wonderland would have huge mushrooms it, which is what drew me to this pic, but through the link, Fairytale Forest in Netherlands sounds like a dream come true ;

Garnalen pellen. 1905-1910. Garnalenpelsters van de Fa. Jansen. Een viskaar is verbouwd tot bank. Twee meisjes in dracht met hul zijn aan het pellen. Een jongen en op de achtergrond een vrouw kijken toe. Volendam

Can you say child labor ? These little Dutch girls are peeling shrimp !

appelflappen and oliebollen. dutch desserts :) mmmmmm!  I had these every new year with my parents. I sure miss them. Haven't had one in a long long time.   "T"

Appelbeignets traditionaly newyears eve food to make appleslices in cinamonflavored yeastdough deepfried eaten while warm with icing sugar dusted on top

Gulden.

one dutch gulden(dutch dollar before euro), still loved by the dutch people

Amsterdam Canal, Netherlands

This week Amsterdam opens the event Years Amsterdam Canals”. This celebrates the decision of the city of Amsterdam in 1613 to begin the construction of the canals. In the photo: Swans in the Keizersgracht.

Staande wallpaper van Baron 1898. De spectaculaire nieuwe achtbaan in de Efteling met een vrije val van 37,5 meter.

Standing wallpaper Baron The spectacular new rollercoaster in Efteling with a free fall of meters.

Help Holland. Give for Dutch war relief...

For some of the best prices see Hains Clearance dot com Help Holland. Give for Dutch war relief.

krentenbol (raisin bun), usually served w/ chese on it. (If a bun was scarce of raisins, m tante would say (in Dutch): "You have to ride your bike from raisin to raisin!"

krentenbol (raisin bun), usually served w/ chese on it. (If a bun was scarce of raisins, m tante would say (in Dutch): "You have to ride your bike from raisin to raisin!" Not my auntie.

Dutch coins before the Euro. They were called "guldens, kwartjes, dubbeltjes, stuivers".

Dutch coins before the Euro. They were called "guldens, kwartjes, dubbeltjes, stuivers" centen en rijksdaalders

Dutch schoolbus :)

This is what I need! Three kids, 3 school bags and environmentally conscious.no longer complaining about getting our kids off to school

Only in Holland. Statute of Hans Brinker - the boy who stuck his finger in the dike to keep the land from flooding...

a statue to the unknown boy hero who saved Holland from flooding by sticking his finger in a hole in the dike & stayed there all night until found next morning by some men who were checking the dikes for leaks.

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