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We arrived in Amsterdam on Friday evening and checked into our hostel, ClinkNoord which was a 3 minute, free, 24/7 ferry ride behind Centraal Station.
That night we checked out the Red Light District and walked around the city.
On Saturday we went to the Royal Palace, Sex Museum, and did more strolling around the city.
On Sunday we went to see ...
... I think if you tried to achieve this same level of silence and genuine reflection that we witness back home you might be hard pressed. The second holiday was liberation day. This was the celebration of the Netherlands liberation from the Nazi regime. In our experience the people of Amsterdam surround themselves in a carefree happy go lucky type bubble, an excuse to party and celebrate is not necessary ...
... get platform numbers for the six trains we were to take at 5am the next day. Lucky we did, because a longer train had been dropped and had to be replaced by two shorter ones. So now our train count would be 7 trains over 14 hours after not sleeping at all in Amsterdam, but I decided that could be made up for by the mini cruise we had booked to Norway that awaited us at the end of our train journey.
And so we entered Amsterdam! I was surprised by how comfortable I felt. It ...
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Today was a chance to get in the van and venture outside of Amsterdam. We had a loop planned from Amsterdam, visiting Edam, Volendam, and Marken, before returning to Amsterdam for the evening. All of these destinations are quite close to Amsterdam, but a world away.
Driving out of Amsterdam on our way to Edam, the scenery quickly changed from cityscape to open fields of crops, horses, sheep, cows, windmills, and small towns and villages. ...