Amrath Hotel Maarsbergen
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... got some chicken satay kebabs, which were deliciously tender. We needed to start planning our trip to Belgium so we decided to have lunch in a cafe. We shared a burger but the wifi wasn't working well so we got frustrated and left, next destination still unplanned. After the market we went back to the hotel via the sports shop where Adam bought a pair of orange Netherlands soccer shorts. We had some food to trip off- 2 types of Gouda (that doesn't need to be refrigerated as long as ...
Today started with a fantastic bicycle tour through the city of Amsterdam and surrounds. Our very cool guide from Mike's Bikes told us all about the Dutch people and their love of bicycles and how to not make idiots of ourselves while riding around. First up was bell etiquette- one ring is a nice polite way of letting someone know you're behind them and will likely overtake them, two rings shows increased agitation that you ...
... from the canals to the architecture everything is just aesthetically pleasing. I was so impressed by how many bikes there were, although it can get pretty dangerous for tourist pedestrians! Lucky for me, my friend Mike had already been to Amsterdam and had some great places to show me. My favourite of these places was the last standing windmill in Amsterdam that had been converted into a microbrewery. Now I know I'm studying in Germany ...
... 000 more bikes than people in the city. It's an amazing way to get around as the city is quite small and we covered a lot of ground in the day. My favourite place was Vondelpark, Amsterdam's own Central Park. We also stopped at a brewery, Brouwerij't IJ that is right outside an authentic windmill. The place was bumping for 3pm on a Saturday afternoon and of course we only drank water! Saturday night included more exploring through the red light district, which is also where ...
... is his trip to Europe where he was able to do anything touristy. He was much more impressed with the churches and palace than I was. To understand, go back through my photos of England and compare them to the church and palace photos from today. The Dutch churches are very plain on the inside (perhaps it has to with the pact they are Calvinist). If you compare them to the Catholic churches in Italy and France or the ornate cathedrals in England, the ...