Last weekend we went to Heerenveen to their museum. The city was 'closed' as it was a Sunday and not their Sunday to be open, so it was pretty desolate. Seemed pretty, though, and would like to go back sometime. Sorry, this'll be a repeat for those who've seen on Facebook. As usual, click to enlarge.
We're not sure what this building was, but it serves as a restaurant now (and possiblly hotel? I don't know what's upstairs). Date on the building is 1640.
Church. Unknown name or faith (though I'm guessing Catholic or Anglican as it had a rectory attached (not shown)).
Walking through town waiting to catch the train.. and bam.. there's a windmill. It used to mill grain (grind into flour). It's out of commission now.
Beautiful flower-covered bridges.
It continues down the street and on other bridges.
Even the pigeons are relaxed. This place cracks me up.
I got my health insurance card! Go me! So now I can go see a GP, chiropractor and I thought about seeing an accupunturist. My parents are seeing one and can't say enough good about it. The sky's the limit (or that.. whatever my card will cover for the remainder of the year).
Well, W's slowly starting to wake up and I should get moving and start the day. Sorry it's a long post. Hope everyone's having a good week!