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... cyclists tended to follow.
We observed that, on a bike, you could text, carry your coffee, dry cleaning, flowers, groceries and shopping bags, and thats without considering what was on the front or back. Child seats, child carts, standing bars, sitting bars....it was all there. Saw young ladies cycling in heels higher than I've ever managed. Saw adults giving a "helping hand" to the shoulder blades of ...
... was good timing that it was open while we were in town. It was absolutely freezing and I had to buy a scarf the second we got there in an attempt to keep warm. Luckily it didn't rain, but it certainly wasn't the nicest day to wander through gardens. There were lots of tulips and lovely trees and also randomly a petting zoo.
We wandered around until the cold got the better of us, but not before eating Dutch pancakes. Then we headed back ...
... I even had to take some ice out to add some coke!!! First time ever! Was great . Home for a quite early night.....Helen getting a bit of a lugie .....hot cuppa and bed! Day 2 in Amsterdam .......went to the Anne Frank house this morning....quite an amazing experience.....makes you feel quite humble! Wandered around the streets waiting for our city sights tour....had a bit of a look at the red light district...something to eat and drink ...
... some to Rianne and also the German couple who gave us a lift to Knokke.
Rianne had to attend a class at university, so Joanna and I checked our emails and then went for a walk in the Julianapark area. They have a beautiful garden with many aviaries and an enclosure with deers. We saw deer, a turkey, Australian rosellas, peacocks and finches. We also took some lovely photos in the autumn-coloured leaves.
Next stop was the Albert Heijn supermarket. At the door, a ...
... at least 8 times. There are many stories as to why it was put there. The most likely is it was to represent the poor people who got paid for their urine which was used to make leather hides. If this story couldn't get any more random, this little boy statue got made into a Sir so the French solders back in the day had to salute it when walking past. Nowadays a local committee, with its own tailor makes uniforms and outfits for this little boy, who is no more than 40cm tall. ...
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