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Thanks so very much Jo!
Very relaxed, and inviting !! Thanks for showing us!! :) :)
You are SO right, Ank, you slip around on these stones!! I don't know why they have become so popular in the communities!! Thanks so very much!!
Hi Hanne. I took a good look to that stones, and I agree that are awful stones. I can remember when I was a child there was a street with this stones. We called them "kinderkopjes" "children's heads" The stones we have on the streets don't make much difference with snow. It's almost as flat as asphalt.
No it's not!! The street, where you could drive if you were allowed to do so, is covered with fine paving stones and the sidewalks are made of bricks. They mostly are - or some kind of tiles. Most streets where cars drive are asphalted. The paving stones are awful to drive on when it's frost and snow. Thanks so very much Ardy!!
I'm noticing the streets and sidewalks are brick like in Ank's pictures on our walks. Is this common throughout your northern countries? Looks like a lovely town. Thanks for sharing.
We are on the main street and right ahead is the town square. This is towards the north and if we follow the street we'll come to the harbour with palm trees - fake!! Then they make it through the winter outdoor!!