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... vehicle's, bloody watch out for the bikes! They do tend to ring their bells, but only just before they actually run you down, it did happen just behind me, the cyclist fell off and verbally abused the poor woman, who was visibly hurt. Saw the Royal Palace, was going to drop in and say hello to the princess, but I was too busy. Had some famous chips, that are regarded as the best in Holland, tasted like any chips! ...
... and needed our beds!! He has been a little more elusive this evening though, but that could be because Darcy has decided to stick with me tonight!
I decided to use today to head to the information centre to pick up a city map and get some details on tours, museums and attractions. I also wanted to walk around the city and take in the sights at a leisurely pace, especially as the weather has been lovely today. Kate and Ben met me for lunch and took ...
At some point during their adventure today, Lucy discovered a chocolate shop she couldn't pass by, a pastry shop, and one of the many cheese shops that dot this city. She came home with a hunk of gouda that was delicious. When they arrived back home at 3 o'clock, they had collected quite a treasure trove of goodies. For dinner, Chef Dee "wowed" us once again with chicken breasts, mushrooms, zucchini, scalloped ...
... cannabis plant! Later, Lucy even treated me to lunch. Thank you ladies for making another year of barnacles seem tolerable!
We walked to the tour office to secure tickets for the 1-o'clock champagne cruise on a so-called "salon boat", which normally carries a maximum of 25 passengers. However, when we arrived at the dock in front of the train station, we discovered to our surprise that we would be the only passengers! After our ...
... pumped out low lying areas since the 13C by watermills and windmills.
Amsterdam is known as the 'Venice of the north' because of its many canls encircling the city centre. Its a compact city and easy to get around on bicycles or on foot.
Plenty happening back in Adelaide with the bushfires in the hills which we are following with great interest n the CFS website and talking with Kate and Belinda.
This afternoon I didn't ...