Boutique Hotel View
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... and interesting building architecture add a great scenery to this city. Bel has now mastered in cycling after a full day of bike riding. We went to the Flower Market where they sell flowers, mainly tulips. Also you find a lot of products with cannabis. Lollies, mints, Ice cream. Also tried some Dutch pancakes (poffertjes) Delicious!! Best pancakes we ever had.. Most ...
... headwind I might add)- the boys are having trouble listening to the rules of biking, Kurt swerved out to pass Karl even though we said like A MILLION TIMES no passing, and a lady was passing him and he almost wrecked them both. So we stop and mark and I both pretty much lay into him. He doesn't speak to us for the rest of the bike ride, and most of the bus ride home.
Oh and I got talked to by a police, since apparently Karl and I were not crossing the right ...
... the enchanting Canal Water Bus Ride. I had lot of expectations for this and to be honest it was not that amazing mainly because the Water Bus was covered with a glass roof and that kinda distracted me from the view and also from taking clear pictures. It is better to go on a roofless Water Bus ride as that would give more satisfaction in viewing the place. There are some dinner cruises as well if you are interested which again needs to be booked ...
... for example is a lovely little village with a proper high street which still has a bakers, butchers, cheesemongers, greengrocers, much like Britain used to be before Tesco came to town. Haarlem, the nearest large town is a slightly more modern, but stuck in a 1990s time warp with clothes shops I haven’t seen since I was about ten such as C&A and Etam. Amazing! I don’t think I have ever seen so many clothes stores in one place, a dangerous town ...
Today was mostly a travel day. We took the metro in Paris to the airport. Today, people were talking to us in French, so I did actually get a chance to practice a couple of my phrases ("Parlez-vous anglais?")! We had a strange lady bring her speaker and microphone on wheels and serenade us during the metro ride...that was a new experience. She was trying to make money, but I had to give her credit for being unique.
We got some ...