Saturday Nov 13 Amsterdam

Written by Jack van Ommen on November 13th, 2010

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Below is the link to a follow up interview by the Zimnicea radio station. After “Fleetwood” was brought ashore. http://www.infoteleorman.ro/stiri/evenimente/312-deznodamantul-povestii-lui-jack-van-ommen.html

This weekend Saint Nicolas made his annual way into Holland, from Spain. The picture below is taken of his arrival on the waterfront in Harderwijk. From now on the children can start putting their wooden shoes in front of the fireplace to find them filled each morning with candies or little trinkets, untill Saint Nicolas eve December 5th.

 

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