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... where we enjoyed another delicious meal! It was great to have a salad for the first time in a week! I never thought I would miss lettuce and all of the other foods we were restricted from eating in India as much as I did!
Today we woke up early and took the train to Amsterdam for some sightseeing. We did a lot of walking around, admiring all of the flower markets and canals. ...
... t wear helmets either. I wonder what their injury/brain damage statistics are like.
I'm surprised that people don't wear hats and gloves (and warmer clothes in some cases!). I'm finding it very cold. Today the high was 10, but we had more sun so it felt warmer.
I'm getting better at walking on the right hand side. Habits of a lifetime take a while to break! I walked through Utrecht Central train Station at 5pm tonight. I knew that I couldn't stop or I ...
We pass beside the Dutch Royal Palace, which is now used as a State Museum, and the cathedral alongside which was used the the recent Royal Wedding in Holland. We also saw the famous Grasshopper Kaffe (Coffee) shop where hash cakes are still very popular. We didn't stop.
Next on to Volendam, a small fishing village of 22,000 people on the edge of a large landlocked lake which was originally open to the sea in the Exam region. Volendam means "filled dam" which ...
... fascinating, some women in windows putting on makeup ready for the evening like no-one was looking, and others sitting there chatting to others. When I say women, I mean women as opposed to girls. I was surprised that the average age seemed to be around the mid thirties and forties. After buying a few inappropriate postcards, we walked back to campsite, on the way to which ...
... the University of Utrecht, where I am considering applying for a PhD program. We were not able to speak to the lady we needed to, but at least we got the see the campus, know what buildings are where, and gauge what kind of a commute it would be. Not much more to say there, details if we hear back from her!
Still full, we took the train back to the city center and walked over to Mom's bank building in the ...