't Stoffig Pakhuis. I did not find any fabric I couldn't live without, although this shop did have lots of ribbons and trims. Elaine found one chocolate bar that called her name.
Our tale of woe and reason for no photos of these places is that my camera has finally, well and truly died. RIP my Nikon. We can't quite remember but it may be as many as 9 years old. I was needing to try some new batteries, just in case, but that still didn't do it. So all photos will be with Elaine's very nice Canon. Will need to look for anew one for me, but that will wait until we get home.
Our last big adventure of today was a jaunt a few blocks away,
Sorry I cut off the Dark Lord's Head - V........... It was pretty good, not particularly more violent than any of the former movies and now it all has ended! The attention-getting part of this adventure was the cost: 2 senior tickets (it was 3D),one small popcorn and a small bottle of bubbly water cost E30. At today's exchange rate, that is $42. Goodness - not something we'd do real often. But fun!
This is the city library:
Love how they have done the windows.
Church friends from Seattle are supposed to arrive tomorrow, but no word yet. Just waiting to hear.