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Amsterdam day 2
We woke at 7:30am and quickly decided to grab some breakfast from a cafe and then get our morning workout in, we were planning to walk and then grab a day pass from a local gym.
So by the time we got into town it was close to 8:30am.... And nothing was open - no cafes and we were so hungry, we asked a local who informed us at this time it was only coffee and pastries so we reluctantly settled ...
Amsterdam is so pretty with its canals and lovely crooked buildings, the women were cycling around on old fashioned bicycles in long flowing skirts they looked so beautiful. We seen the Royal palace and Dam Square. Our guide told us how the Merchants built houses dated back to the 17 century to house their goods for trading and at the top of each house there is a hook which was ...
... sight see along the way.
Once at the gate, it was hurry up and
wait. Mind you, I still did some walking around to move the knee that
has seen a number of injuries over its lifetime. And since things come
in 3's, this knee has had its full complement of injuries, so it's done
for life. LOL
My lay over time was not that long, so we were loaded and wheels up by about 2:45PM. Next stop: Prague, CZ.
... shop, where we were provided with tastings of some very nice cheese - old, new, soft, hard, mild and old sock. Sadly I think milk products are another item which will get you a billing on Border Patrol if you carry them into the country, so I bought a pair of cheese parers: "2 for €10!".
From there we walked down the road a bit to a pier, and while we waited for our ferry, we were told to have a look around & buy something to eat - the tour makes ...
We touched down in Holland and were welcomed with a blanket of fresh white snow. Disembarking from the airplane Bowie remarked that Holland was "just like a fridge". At the airport we were met by Bowie and Casper's Oma ( grandma), Opa (grandpa) and Tante (aunt). They were very happy to see us and gave us all lots of kisses. We then drove back to Oma and opa's house where Bowie was able to play in the snow. Even though ...