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We had our last breakfast in Rome then checked out of the hotel.
The transfer to the airport was only an Audi A6 and much more sedate than the one from the airport a few days earlier.
Check-in with KLM was much more straight forward this time. No cancellations.
There was actually no-one else waiting to check in so it ...
... a cheese factory where traditional gouda and wooden clogs are made.
I introduced mum to the famous red light district which wasn't short of sex shows, girls, a marjuwana museum, and crowds of men.
We snacked on fries in a cone and enjoyed a wine or two at a roadside pub, so we could safely immerse ourselves in the craziness of people swarming the area. We happen to stumble upon the unfortunate street housing the red light trannies which ...
whoo hoo!! Today Tiffani, Chloé and Grant decided to live dangerously! First stop, the bike rental shop. George and Sharon were either too tired from last night or too afraid to ride a bicycle so we ditched them. We planned to meet up later on this afternoon in town.
Although Dutch is the official language in Amsterdam, almost everyone is fluent in two or more languages. Getting around was no problem. The guy who helped us at the bike shop could ...
... God rest their soul. That’s why it’s so important to live life to the fullest every day – you just never know when your number is up.
On a brighter side, we touched down in Schiphol and on time. Great flight KLM. My job now is to find a European micro sim for my unlocked iPhone so that we’ll have a contact number and a useable phone during our time here in Europe. ...
... back downtown, we ate burgers, went to the erotic museum which was awesome and went home for a nap. Two of us woke up and went for a walk around town before going back to bed. On our way home we were offered some Charlie from a guy on the street and we asked him what it was (non legal substances). That was an educational experience, these are such funny European ...