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Off we went on the 9 tram, then 14 to the northwest side of the city called Jordaan. The tram was reasonably priced, 12 euro for unlimited rides for 48 hours. We stepped inside a little diner, surprised to hear everyone speak just about perfect english! Next, we headed over to the Anne Frank house to discover a huge line only 30 minutes after opening.
Note to self and my readers, get there early or buy tickets days ahead of time ...
... googling. Unfortunately a drive only through Inverness, down the side of Loch Ness, a stop at the fascinating Urquhart Castle before at stop at Fort William for the night. It was something I really wanted to spend the time doing, driving down the side of the 3 Lochs that with the locks at each end form the Caledonian canal. It lived up to my expectations. The scenery and Loch views and the operations of the Canal Locks were wonderful. We had dinner by the ...
... to Amsterdam and a walking tour there, these are great. You really get to know the city on foot (although I would love to have jumped on a bike as well) and the guide was so knowledgeable and funny (Stefan)! The history in Amsterdam is amazing and the sites (both historical and current) are astounding, and you can really smell wafts of what else Amsterdam is known for. After the tour and lunch of another traditional meal we headed to a local cheese makers ...
Awoke to a sunny day in Amsterdam, which we translate to “cold” as that wind blows all the clouds away... in sheltered bits it is very pleasant though. Did our final pack, stored our bags with Paul and headed off for a 'city walk' ala Rick Steve podcast.
I felt the need to have 'herring' again at the little truck at the tram stop, as theirs are so delicious and a real tonic. On Rick Steve's video the dutch lady who ...
... Heiniken which originated in Netherlands has become world famous, Windmill beer is a class in itself. If you are in Amsterdam, it is a must-try.
Our day was coming to an end, but the night was yet to begin. Amsterdam is the place to party and party wild. We decided to rock it with a "Pub-crawl". The pub-crawl is a nice way of experiencing different pubs and making new friends. They took us to 4 pubs and finally a disc. The drinks included with the ...
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