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... and other meats. Her daughter was getting ready for a date, and the date came to pick her up. Jordie was his name, and he asked us about our trip and joked with us about activities in Amsterdam. They went out dancing, Anita, Jennie, and I finished our supper, and toured Anita's house. She built the house around antique doors she bought, some from the 1600's. She then dropped us off at the hotel, and we packed up for an early morning.
... thought I realised were not me, or even Lisa, but the Hotel's plumbing system bubbling into action.
Looking out of our window onto the Groote Maarkt below, we could see people on bicycles criss crossing the square below, gently pedalling their way to work.
Stuffing more Euros into the parking meter, we set off for a walk round the central area, some of the streets we had driven down last night. The really interesting part is really ...
... the waffles we headed off with our map and found ourselves just ambling along in no hurry at all. We visited the old fish markets which had some stalls set up and I nearly bought myself a ring but sadly it was a little too small for my poodgy fingers. They were not poodgy before I ate the waffles!
In our travels we found a little restaurant where we could have dinner. It was reasonably priced and friendly looking so we memorized the location in order to find our way ...
... in the U.S. and everyone was really sweet with laughing at my silly jokes and asking questions. The presentation ended very nicely and some people asked for my email to keep in touch; I felt very touched. :)
Then a lady announces something in Dutch and all I hear is "barbeque" out of her whole announcement haha. Well she then says in English that I am to join them outside for an "American barbeque."
I was so excited and obviously curious haha so I headed outside. ...
... to just use our knowledge and look for what we found interesting. First on our list were the windmills, getting there was an experience though. We had to cross a drawbridge, which was drawn!
The town really is picturesque, their waterways run like crystal, with swans adorning each area. As we commented at the time: "this is what puzzles are made of". We found the windmills, each in the center of its own park. Quite impressive, ...