De Baronie Bed & Breakfast
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... learned very quickly to look out for them and the occassional motorbike. Typically they have their own cycle path but sometimes you have to share. Other times we wandered off the path onto their path and would leave us in do doubt as to where we should be! Some were grumpy with it but others were friendly. You certainly knew when you were near a coffee shop and the strongest, rather sweet (!), smell coming out but smelling nothing like coffee. ...
... 5 year event so we felt we should experience it since we were in the country so after shopping in Bever in Den Häag we caught the train to Amsterdam. From just behind the railway station we got our first view of it. It was like a huge parade of big, little, old, new, boats from all over the world. The big sailing ships didn't have their sails up but still looked really impressive. There were all sorts of people walking along the wharves, generally relaxed ...
... ended up in a town called Zandam, which turned out ok, as there was some neat stuff to see.
All in all a great day. Amsterdam is a nice place, especially when the weather is good, but i have to remember that they dont get much of that. And yes i did walk through the Red Light district during the day, only to say i have done it. Nothing exciting about it at all.
It seem that there are a lot of rabbits here in Amsterdam. They like living in the grounds of the ...
... coffee shops and women in windows everywhere. Definitely a crazier atmosphere here but we feel strangely safe. The women's world beach volleyball tournament is here and there was a giant spectacle in Dam Square. We walked a mile to a spot that's supposed to have great sandwiches, and they did! It was called Singel 404 and it was right on the canal. We sat outside, ordered beers and sandwiches. It was heavenly after our long bus ride. After lunch we ...
... but I'm sure council must monitor them. We joined the que around 11am at Anne Frank's house. We'll worth the wait and is great to see so many younger ones going there. To see how those 2 families lived in that confined space for 2 years is humbling and a harsh symbol of families fighting to survive persecution. For lunch we enjoyed a bread loaf red onion, beans, shoritso sausages, cheese and a beer. 8pm about to go to dinner nearby and crash for ...