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... Nutella, and a croissant toasted with ham and cheese. We also had the delicious fresh-squeezed orange juice that every place in Europe seems to have. After breakfast, we went through the torture museum, which only took about half an hour. There were medieval contraptions on display, along with illustrations and descriptions on how they were used. A lot of these torture devices were instructed to be used as much as possible in order to finally get ...
... bishop, because se is a NUN. Ah, man. I feel horrible that I made a nun move from the window spot. She brought a huge bag of clothes back for her parish's orphanage full of 3 and 4 year olds. I always have to comment on the food, so here it goes. The GF on the meal label should stand for 'gross food,' not gluten free. Who really would eat cooked beets, onions, and cubes of hard beef in a dark sauce, with wilted lettuce on the side. I ...
Our return flight sent us back to Amsterdam.
The last time we were here in Amsterdam (in March) we stayed for 3 weeks, right in the city - and I think we got the most out of it and experienced all Amsterdam had to offer - well maybe - not all that it has to offer.
Seriously people…I know your minds just wandered right into middle of the red light district!
The point is, we had kind of had a been-there-done-that-thing ...
... several scenic bridges and picturesque canal houses on our way (via Zeedijk street) to reach the Damrak. When we reached Dam Square, Lucy and Irene stopped at one of the carnival stands for ice cream cones, which they ate while all of us watched the crazy youngsters riding some of the hairiest rides imaginable! Later, at the apartment, Chef Dee prepared chicken stir fry for dinner, which really hit the spot on this chilly night in Amsterdam.
... labourers and families headed there for work; and they found it. At its peak the Dutch East India Company, in today's terms was worth 7 Trillion dollars (7 thousand billion). That is difficult to grasp but think of the combined value of IBM, Apple and Microsoft.
Parallel to their global trading, they were also off exploring. One fact that I found interesting was that the sole purpose of their pioneering and exploring was to seek new trade routes and destinations.Not that ...