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... English commentary covered all of the main highlights you would expect on such a tour including a historical overview of the city, architecture, and major landmarks. This was unfortunately lost on both kids as they slept through the entire experience. A couple of hours later, we disembarked and found a quiet little Dutch restaurant on a street corner to have lunch.
Our rooms were ready for us when we got back to the Hotel Victoria and, ...
Today I woke up very very hungover in Lia and deejays dorm surrounded by strange people. Nim and Deejay came in around 11:30 (they were really weird because they'd only gotten home at 9am and had two hours sleep). I went upstairs for a shower and when I was done Nim and deejay had left to meet deejays friend who they went with for a picnic at the vondelpark. Me and Lia blobbed around our dorm for a bit reflecting on ...
... us through all of the major canals of Amsterdam. It was a great way to see central Amsterdam, and a perfect day to do it. The Amsterdam seen from the canals during the day is very different than the one you see at night (the Amsterdam of alleys, sex shops, pot bars, regular bars, Rastafarians, hipsters, and partiers). The canals, the bridges crossing over them, and the tree lined streets alongside of them, give Amsterdam its beauty. We passed countless ...
... a local Dutch delicacy jumped out at me, Poffertjes. What are they? You may ask. Well essentially they are small fluffy pancakes with butter. Never in my mind would I have expected Dutch food to taste so good! It was amazing, after all I do like sweet food and Pancakes, so it's no real surprise!!
Next on the Agenda was the recently renovated and reopened Rijks Museum and as expected it was unbelievable. Walls full of amazing masterpieces and artefacts that have ...
... in the houses. The lumber mill is still able to cut wood though it may be just for show. There is an oil mill to press oil and a mill that presses pigments to be used in paint. A hundred years ago there were a thousand working mills on the banks of the river.
Some of the houses were moved to the area in the 1970's to create this village museum. There is a barrel maker, a shoemaker and a cheese factory. We stopped at the shoemakers and watched a bit of ...