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... motion sickness.. Followed by another four hour bus trip again with some more motion sickness. This was a long day but we made it and we have officially touched down on European soil in Amsterdam. Thank you Netherlands for the stroopwaffle you made today bearable. Night in at the hotel tomorrow is NYE and there much stroopwaffle and cheese to be ...
... wasn't that bad but I guess it was because of the experience. They gave a free gift at the end and you had the choice of taking a boat shuttle or walk. We were fortunate that the boat shuttle hasn't left yet so we managed to catch it without having to wait for an hour. So we got a boat shuttle and was given helpful information en route. Saw the famous hotel that all the celebrities and royalty stay in. ...
... to head back to the shelter to warm up before seeing the Anne frank museum/house later. However, the hostel wasn't amazingly warm and so we struggled to get warm, even in our blankets and hoodies. Anne frank's house was amazing as expected. I had totally forgotten but I had been round it once before. I don't think I paid much attention last time though because I didn't realise they had her actual diary in the museum/house. Both me and Nadiah have commented ...
... to a few clubs and coffeeshops and before heading home we got fries, which are served with mayonnaise and are very popular here. (I skipped the mayo and opted for ketchup.)
The only complaint I have about Amsterdam is the weather. It has been mostly overcast, solidly in the 50's, windy, with some rain showers. When it is sunny, it is glorious, but these moments are few and far between.
... tea or coffee. As we kept talking I told him we were planning to have some Dutch food for lunch. He then told us to sit down and join him with a bowl of traditional pea soup. You simply cannot pass up this type of an offer! He went into his home and came out shortly with two bowls of soup! We sat and talked for about an hour and then thanked him, said our goodbyes and walked out to the end of the dijk and then to the fort.