From Dutch news.
Bike parking to be expanded in Amsterdam.
A canal house is being created using a 3D printer and is open to visitors.
Problems with high-speed rail service continues, but slow trains are still in service between A’dam and Breda.
Just a slightly interesting item about creating “passports” for Dutch flower bulbs. I figure that if they can pass muster for importation into the USA, they’re clean enough for the rest of the planet.
This is a wild one – The Rijksmuseum has recently bought the death mask of a master forger. Ummm… are they sure it’s authentic? What a hoot if it turned out to be bogus! (And I got a big kick from the last line in the article).
At least the Dutch aren’t having the train problems that the French are!
Hmmm. Hard to believe that nobody in France thought to measure the rail beds when they ordered the new stock. The Icelanders would never make that mistake – they don’t HAVE railroads up there!
To be honest I was quite relieved to read that story about the French trains. My immediate thought was, “Good to know it isn’t just us that does stupid stuff like that…”
Funny, I was thinking the same thing about us!