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Suitably hungover we woke up early and departed the Brewery via the local town. A brief stop at a Woolworth to purchase Christmas hats and then we stumbled on a McDonalds for hangover cure. We Arrived at the Motorhome stopover in Amsterdam and quickly took the free ferry to the centre of the 'Dam. Within minutes of being in the centre of Amsterdam we'd realised it was the scariest place on earth, far too many people and even more bicycles than people ...
... that wont give us food poisoning, a nice little Italian restaurant around the corner.
We're bang on time for the sex show, as the seats fill up in rows I unfortunately am the start of a new row, closest to stage. Everyone is giving me ****, thinking I will be the first person picked for cowd interactive routines, I agree it's a **** position but if anything, they're more likely to pick people trying to hide. Tara kindly points out that the stairs are opposite side ...
... which were all built after 1574, were moved here in the 1970s in order to preserve them and create a historical village.The windmills are all working mills, and the perform various functions,
including a saw mill, a paint mill (grinding pigments), and oil mill (nut oil, not petroleum).
Our first stop was to see how they make the iconic clog. I actually found this rather interesting. The shoes are made from Poplar, which is ...
... I think they overbooked it. There were people standing in the isles. Not a lot of baggage space either. Because the train was so full I had to store my bag instead of dumping it on a spare seat next to me. After Rotterdam the train was quite easy, lots of room, although I had to change trains at Leiden central, which I think is like the Seymour of Amsterdam. Nearly got left on the train because I didn't hear the ...
... it in the hour and a half we had allotted as a family.
Next on our hit list was to go to the Museum of the Dutch Resistance towards the German occupation during the second world war. The museum design was a catacomb of interactive displays, auditory presentations and many authentic props distributed well through out the museum. For some bizarre reason beyond our comprehension, everything (with the exception of pubs) seems to close at ...