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Went to visit Medemblik, a town in east of North Holland (Provence in Netherlands).
Toured the Medemblik Castle, also known as the Radboud Castle. Note from the history book...."At the end of the 13th century, Count Floris V of Holland (1256-1296) ordered
... back to and spend a few days exploring. I even think I could live here if I got over my fear of bike riding! We did try and visit Anne Frank's house but it is a massive tourist destination and the line was out the door and down the block! There are so many museums too, you just need weeks to visit them all. It was the first warm day we've really had this week which was lovely, hoping for some more sun in the next few days. ...
... the middle of nowhere. The suburb was called Amstelveen. We asked the Bus driver if he was headed to the cheese and clogs factory and he said yes then when it came to actually dropping us off he had no clue and admitted he hadn't even heard of it so we got off at the main bus station and found our way from there to the Clara Maria cheese and clog factory just in time ...
... sites, set up just like trip advisor, and read up on all the window ladies. There is even a classification system which categorize the experiences had by others, ranging from things like soft lovin, to hardcore. Find a few ladies you like and note the st and window number, then go online, compare ratings and shop around before you decide what and who to enjoy.
So I do want to clarify that all of the above information was not obtained from experience, rather ...
... to my feet in the middle of central station and simply turned a blind eye. It took a solid 7 min to pick myself up and I continued on to catch my train to the Hague...so these are the dutch I thought to myself, not entirely convinced of how well I would adapt to this new culture.
Continue reading my blog as I make my way to my new home in the Hague, Netherlands where I will be spending the next 8 months.
Keep calm and travel on...