most of us thought many European cities
contained small houses which went up instead
of sprawling along the ground.
On the other hand, this is the back yard of
It is also known as the
Hapsburg’s Summer Cottage.
There is only 1,441 rooms in Schonbrunn Palace
compared to 3,000 rooms in the
Hapsburg’s Winter Palace.
At the other end of the spectrum was
this refugee camp at Calais.
Back to Amsterdam and this tiny house
squeezed in between others not much larger.
Finally, one of the many houseboats
moored in Amsterdam’s canals.
My perception of ‘small’ is based on the frontage.
Only those living in my ‘small’ houses know
how roomy they are…particularly when a house
is several stories high.