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Martha and I had to put our big boy pants on and be on our own today. Claire had to work on an essay. We decided to go to the Maritime Museum in dutch called Het Scheepvaartmuseum. My go ogle maps took us off course and had to walk a distance but it was ok. Have i mentioned how windy it has been and rainy off and on, forget the hairdo. We get to watch the dutch people transport their children on bikes in the most creative ...
... we left a message with the front desk to meet us at the main monument at dam square.
We met at the monument as well as meeting Menzies two friends we hung out with prior.
Maggie and I ad read about a brewery with a tour of local Belgium styled beer that is brewed in Amsterdam under a windmill.
The brewery was called Brouwerij 't IJ. It was great. A short tour ...
... off the boat at the Maritime Museum which had excellent displays of
Dutch maritime history and artifacts and an "interactive boat experience" with
surround sound an images of exploration, shipwreck and rescue from a torpedoed
ship during the war. There was also a replica of a Dutch east Indiaman and you
could go inside and see how the ship was equipped and how the cargo was
transported. After lunch we hopped on the boat again and returned to the hotel
for a ...
... my birthday. They told him something like we will see what we can do. Dan came back with a bummed expression. We both assumed that meant: yeah you and everyone else buddy. Then a cute little waitress came over with two huge tall beers for us while a Happy birthday song came on over the speakers. We were so excited and thankful. And while we were sitting there beaming from excitement from it all while drinking our new beers another bartender came over said happy birthday ...
... form of a secret (when it was built) chapel on the third floor of three adjoining houses. Secret, due to the suppression of the Catholic religion in 1663 when this was built... See pic. An audio commentary was very informative and welcome. Just a chance finding of an interesting place Then to Oude Kerk just around the corner. This is Amsterdam's oldest building being established in 1306. Inside it is a museum now but contains the buried remains of 10,000 former ...