Tag: Prime Minister Mark Rutte

A TRAVELER’S JOURNAL #9: TRANSPORTATION IN THE NETHERLANDS

Travel through a blessed nation. Where the canals flow by the green fields as she watches the clear blue skies. Tulip fields hold on to the love stories throughout history. Windmills sing sweet tunes throughout the land. A small European country who does not speak for herself as we the tourists but do speak for

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A TRAVELER’S JOURNAL #8: WILLIAM THE SILENT

Today was a chilly yet comfortable autumn day with the sun and the clouds peeking in. I had worn my leggings and my favorite warm fluffy sweater as I walked my puppy. Rain showers keep on peeking in as the rain is playing hide and seek with me. My apple tree still has apples on

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A TRAVELER’S JOURNAL #6: CANAL TOUR THROUGH THE HAGUE, THE NETHERLANDS

Walk with me through a canal tour in The Hague.  Warm sunny fall weather was my companion during my sacred journey through the Netherlands. The Hague, a romantic city or a political backdrop for the politicians. I always say, perception is but the personal perspective of the perceived. For many, this is where the politicians

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A TRAVELER’S JOURNAL #4: THE BINNENHOF, THE NETHERLANDS

Binnenhof, a thirteenth century Gothic castle, was converted to be the political center of the Dutch in 1584. This is the oldest house of parliament in the world which is still being used! Binnenhof translates as inner court in English. It is in the city center of The Hague, the Netherlands. It accommodates the The Ministry of

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