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... Small and cosy with a great selection of both local and imported beers and we really enjoyed the local coffeshop. Compared to some of the coffeeshops in Amsetrdam this one was very much a local place. It was like a local club for stoners. Nice and comfy inside, a couple of well looked after pool tables and although the menu was fairly basic the smoke was very good quality and around half the price of Amsterdam. Safe to say a very pleasant night ...
... level we were able to look out at the shops across the canal and the locals riding past on their bikes. While we are used to seeing cyclists everywhere in Europe, they seem to be even more prolific here. Instead of worrying about being knocked over by a car you need to be more aware of the cyclists.
It is a lovely town and the cobbled streets up and down the canals are dotted with apartments, many, like ours, above the myriad different shops, ...
... made, explored the windmills, and sampled cheeses and other Dutch goodies. A beautiful setting on the Zaan River – across from the village is Koog Zaandijk.
The bus whisked us back to Amsterdam and our intention to travel on the Delft (home of the famous blue and white porcelain pottery), but our hopes were dashed because the train took almost an hour and the exhibits close at 5:00 on Sunday. So, Plan ...
... to the Hague, I found out how terrifying Dutch can sound when the people speaking it are large, angry men. As usual, the ticket inspectors came through the wagon, but they discovered somebody who was ticketless. I could understand a little of what they said, and it wasn't particularly intimidating, but my God! Dutch is a language for when you are mad. I'm pretty sure they poor kid had to wipe the spit off his face when they finally let him go.
... crowds were a bit unbearable, but we still loved every minute. Except for the tears at the conclusion of Space Mountain 2 (I know, bad mum!).
We leave for London next week where we are spending the holidays and then back to the Netherlands for new years where I hear the fireworks are FANTASTIC! We are getting together with friends and pooling in to buy our own stash of fireworks - apparently it is quite the show and I can't wait to experience it.