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... on trip advisor was wonderful. When we arrived at the museum at 8:30 the line was already quite long. However, having purchased a 9 a.m. ticket meant that we went through a different entrance door and were the first people through the museum. Purchasing tickets for the other museums is also the thing to do. – we have been on a canal cruise, walked all over Amsterdam (or so it seemed) Spent a day in the country side ...
... for immigration forms. Whilst I filled out the visa form, I started to laugh as I f*************roach which was crawling across my form. Welcome home.
I was literally in the queue for so long! I had prepared myself for African time however the queue just wasn’t moving. I had started speaking to a few people in the queue but I was SO tired. It was hilarious, to give you an idea of how small the airport was; Whilst in the ...
... the oldest church in Amsterdam. The first night was a big one for everyone, not getting to bed until the early hours of the morning, then we all had to drag ourselves to the bus to go out to Edam. Here we rode bikes around the quaint little village. All the houses are so pretty, and all alongside the canals. Then we went to a cheese and clogs factory. They spoke about how they make the cheeses, churning milk at 29 degrees, adding enzyme from the stomach ...
Lesley and Barry went on a walking tour with Sandemans, we were fortunate to have an energetic and interesting guide.
- Red light district - church within this area happy to take money from the sinners
- Anna Franks house - did not go in as 4 hour waiting line.
- The Palace
- Saw a house only 1 mitre ...
Drive across the North Holland Provence
Went on tour from Schoorl to visit small villages along the Ijsselmeer (former Zuiderzee). Stopped first at a nearby town, Koedijk, where a windmill still runs and grinds grain for flour. This windmill is new, having been rebuilt after the original windmill was destroyed by fire. It was not built back were the first one was burned ...