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... are capable of some pretty demented things, and always have been. After that, we wanted to try to make it to the Van Gogh museum before the bike tour at noon, but we only had an hour and it was a 20 minute walk each way. So, we just decided to chill out on a bench in the sun (which was lovely since it had been relatively cold out) and I used the free time to catch up on writing blogs. Finally, we walked to Mike's Bikes biking company, that actually ...
Today we had an early breakfast and loaded the bus for a full day in Holland. We began by making our way to Amsterdam and seeing the Monday morning commute for those from the Netherlands. Near our hotel, there is a high school in which their whole parking lot is for students to park their bicycles! It was interesting watching so many people ride their bicycles to school and work.
We made our way to a cheese ...
... this place. Take a Norman Rockwell picture, blend it with something Walt Disney would conjure up, throw in some treelined canals and picturesque bridges crisscrossing over those canals, some singing birds, laughing children and smiling people on pristine bicycles and you pretty much have this place. Oh, I forgot to mention the main road is lined with the cutest little shops and interlocking brick side walks and stone bridges, and was just voted #1 best street in ...
... is celebrated throughout the Netherlands, and we were not to be disappointed! A carnival atmosphere prevailed throughout the day, with street parties on public squares, brightly decorated boats cruising the canals and live music spilling onto the streets from café terraces.
In the streets, canals, parks and everywhere in between, the city was bursting with the color orange, as residents enjoy the biggest street party of the year. ...
... anything wrong with that but I did entertain the view that some of their reasons may have been more scientific or from an expanding the Empire point of view. Even Abel Tasman, at the time of his southern voyages, was actually working for the East India Company and not the Crown.He actually came under a bit of criticism on his return as the Board wanted him to dig a little deeper in the places that he visited. He acquired massive wealth along the way.
It was another 100 years ...