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... in each class room we went into. Half of them didn't work at all. How did we survive with such poor attempts at heating? No wonder I hated the cold so much. There was never a way to defrost... Everywhere here is cosy inside so even when the weather is freezing it just doesn't matter. This winter gig is bearable....for a month ...
... the canal boat tours. The next one with room was an hour away, so we gratefully sat at a dockside table with a cold Coke Light (European for Diet Coke--and still no ice...) and a new treat, a gevulde koek. This pastry tastes like Karen's sister Joan's bonket, with a buttery crust and an almond paste filling. Joan rolls hers; this was shaped like a little pie. So yummy! Our boat tour was in an open boat, which was much lower profile than the larger, covered one. This ...
The day started with a slightly early get up to be over at the rowing course for the changed semi time for Louise's pair. The museum we had booked tickets for were on email and gave us another time for the 29th so no dramas there. Route planner for the day took us right into Amsterdam near the canals and then a change to another tram for a ride back out to the course. We basically went two sides of a triangle, had we walked to the ...
We took a boat tour along the canals this morning and it was great! We learned a lot more on the walking tour but we did learn some new things today plus got a really great view of the city. Things we learned include: - The modern address system was started by Napoleon. - Before addresses they used plaques with pictures or little sculptures to identify who lived there. For example, the midwife's house had a statue of a stork over the door. - The black houses here with date ...
... Dutch countryside.
We travelled by coach and quickly reached our first city, Zaanse Schans. This quaint little town is a conservation area that has many working windmills and traditional architecture, featuring the classic green wooden houses. At one time there were more than 30 thousand windmills in the Netherlands, now there are less than 1000. This was a nice way to get a glimpse of what the country must have looked like long ago. There ...