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... and their beer as well and the movements of the brewery. We even got some free beer.
After this we got chicken for dinner that was incredible greasy and fired. i felt so sick after eating it.
We went back to our hostel where we drank at the bar and played pool.
We finished about 1:00am and went to our room.
Sunday 7th September 2014.
... bicycle back and walked out of the park towards the bike. An hour later I was back at the hostel, but by now it was after 8pm and I wasn't all that hungry. I walked to the nearby supermarket and bought some more Earl Grey tea, sugar, and two blocks of chocolate - that should tide me over until tomorrow when I ride to Brussels - but it's only an hour away so I think I'll take the long way up along the northern coast and have a look at some of the beaches on the ...
... completely different from the last time. It was funny that the first photos we took was with a large group of chinese tourists. We strolled through the city, without a map or destination, just enjoying the warm weather and charming atmosphere. One of my favorite moments of that day was when we laid on the grass and closed our eyes for few minutes. I have to admit that time passes ...
... we were done checking out windmills and sitting in the sun, we got the same bus/train combo back and had some really good Chinese food for dinner. In bed early again (we're old and lame).
Today I dragged Glenn out to Keukenhoff, which is the second largest flower garden in the world (number 1 is in Dubai, of course), apparently 7 million bulbs are planted each year and the gardens are only open for 6 weeks during March-May, ...
... get reserved timed tickets for our group to visit the Anne Frank House in the evening. Since over a million people a year visit this historic house, the museum bought the house next door and has expanded the displays with photos and film images.. I think everyone must know that Anne and her family hid from Nazi persecution in rooms in the back of the house until they were discovered and sent to concentration camps. Anne died a few months before the camps were liberated.