Amsterdam Hostel Orfeo
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... we are staying in Rembrandtplein. So Van Dobben it was...an old delicatessan whose specialty included roast beef rolls and croquettes. And that's what we had for dinner! Dylan had a roast beef roll, I had roast pork and gravy and we both tried their famous croquettes. It's not often we have sandwiches and cheese sticks for dinner but they were very good!!!!
Brugge (or Bruges) tomorrow!
Love Lisa and Dylan ...
Even though we didn't stay out late the night before, E & I enjoyed sleeping in this last Sunday morning together and we were both excited about brunch at a new spot. Elizabeth's friend, Andrea, recommended a place called Staring at Jacob that was owned by the same NYC guy that ran the impressive wing restaurant we went to my first Wednesday night in Amsterdam. It was a chilly (yet totally refreshing) ride to the cute little restaurant that was in a part ...
Today we left Paris by train to Amsterdam. We arrived and liked the vibe of the city. Everybody was a bit more relaxed and there wasn't as much hustle and bustle as Paris. We checked into our hotel and soon we were ready to go for a walk. By this stage the sun had disappeared. We found a little restaurant called Poco Loco and had Tapas for dinner. We then took a walk through the red light ...
... the canal running through the middle and lots of old buildings. In the afternoon we took the half hour trip to Zaanse Schanse where the windmills are still working. We were taken to one particular windmill which is used to mill wood and given a demonstration of how it worked. We were then given some free time in the area to look around and try some of the fresh bakery food, was very yum! Next stop was the clog making at Maaken. This was also ...
... in rain and extremely strong winds. Towns were pretty with expensive vacation homes. Stopped at a restaurant where the pea soup was amazing. Return to Amsterdam for final official last day of the tour. Tomorrow is a free day in Amsterdam. We will visit rikjs museum which was under construction last time we were here. A canal ride is planned. Dinner is at an Indonesian ...