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... we had witnessed in Belgium. No tips for courteous service here but bloody efficient. Then we were free to roam (shop). But they were good shops. The problem being they are stocked with the sort of thing you can't carry home, like suits of armour. I did solve one question that has been vexing me. What does a chastity belt cost? Well I can tell you from the source 134 euro. Although I think they've still got a few practical considerations to ...
... and we said sure- we had already talked about it a bit before arriving. The main canal was closed, so we went on a side canal, and he asked if we wanted to get out and walk around a bit. We said sure, since I was not leaving Amsterdam without walking (quickly) through the red light district, and we skipped it earlier in my plan! It was nice to have a local with us, it was still very early though so pretty tame. We told the boys a little bit about what was ...
We survived! After a shaky (in all senses of the word) start to our biking adventure (and in Gail's case a few bruises from an unexpected encounter with a fence), we ended up having a wonderful time, and are feeling quite smug about our newly discovered thigh muscles (soon to be reduced to jelly again by two weeks of luxury, of course). We met Doris, and her friends Friedl, Hubertus and Mechthild, at a little place on the Mosel River (it's only ...
... on board, to fancy expensive ones. There was no time when we couldn't see at least one boat. Everyone seemed to have swapped their bikes for boats, though not really, because there were still thousands of cyclists around as well. Even now, at 9.30pm, there are still lots of craft going past on the canal outside out appartment. It will be interesting to see how the Amsterdammers enjoy themselves tomorrow. Goodnight for now. With love, Lyn and ...
... on a delicious Greek gyro that, unbeknownst to me, happened to be vegetarian which just meant I could eat more and not feel bad about it! Elizabeth wanted pink cotton candy and we ended up getting an order of scrumptiously sweet profiteroles (mini pancakes with powdered sugar), a popular Dutch delight, from the circus themed truck with a cute guy that couldn't seem to figure out how to get the cotton candy to stay wrapped around the stick. He also seemed to be a ...
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