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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... morning... so I did quite well to even get up.
After a few hours of rest-ation, Laurence, Greg, Kim and Clayton showed up to get ready for the pub crawl that we had planned to go on that night.. I must say Claire, Kristy and I were not enthused by the whole thing. Anyway Laurence whined like a little girl, played the birthday card and forced us to join the pub crawl. There was a free drink at the first bar and then pre-mixed shots ...
... tour and having a beer-drinking Sunday
Best buy: (J) Magnets (B) Havianas
Biggest Rip-off: (J) Swiss petrol and campgrounds (B) Venice canal cruise
What I’ll miss most: (J) exploring new countries (B) seeing a new famous 'something’ every other day
What I won’t miss: (J) Driving the camper, sleeping in the camper or emptying the waste from the camper (B) campground showers – sometimes you just want more than ...
... our travels have been futile thus far, but hey, more beer for me. I’m a little biased towards the Netherlands, but I must admit Italy has a lot to offer as well. I guess we will have to continue visiting for further investigation until the debate is settled once and for all.
P.S. As much as Taya clings to her Italian heritage, Amsterdam is the first city on our tour in which the natives mistook us for locals.
We decided that we would go to the Heineken museum today, which I was pretty excited about! We got a first taste of the breakfast included with the hotel, which wasn't bad considering the price of the hotel. As we arrived at the Heineken museum early, we had a wander around, stumbling on a nice neighbourhood which we both agreed that we ...
... Then Hans Jeanette Kim Monique Steve and myself continued our walk to Gauchos Restaurant which is the new business in addition to Gauchos on Beethovenstraat Amsterdam. Kim and Monique showed us through from the front alfresco through the rest to the back alfresco. Certainly a large restaurant seating about close to 100 full capacity? Then the gastronomy began!!! We started off outside with some tasting plates of broodjes (bread) with lovely ...