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... provisions and some fresh food for dinner. We get to pay for naught despite our efforts! We are orientated with the neighbourhood and after a quiet drink and tour of the house, we are left to R and R for the remainder of the day. While we were in Brugge, we tried a few different beers. While in Belgium, why wouldn't you? My favourite was the Trappist Triple. Here at the local "watering hole" on Zuidende, we try beer from ...
... The park is beautiful, but being a really nice day it was full of people sun baking like they would at the beach! There we also found another set of Amsterdam letters with ************e climbing on, so we climbed on them and got our pictures. We spent the afternoon looking through the tulip market (never seen so many tulips and bulbs) and numerous souvenir shops. We went back to the hostel for dinner, had a few beers with an American couple (Ali and Sam), American guy ...
... really quite warm in the sunshine, although some passengers were wrapped up in blankets (had never seen beach towels and blankets on the same sun bed before).
We were in our shirtsleeves, the only cold thing about us was a cold beer and an ice cream.We did not partake in the afternoon tea that was being laid out but whilst snapping away with the camera I made a comment about the flower arrangements only to find that they had been prepared by one of ...
Itīs been quite a while since Iīve written (for a number of reasons) so Iīll give the highlights:
Monday, 11/11 (Amsterdam):
- I got up early to get out to the airport for a 9:40 flight. After arriving the airport, I realized my flight was at 9:40PM. Up until now, everything has been in military time, so I didnīt pay attention to AM or PM.
... out like a chunk of aging cheese. Closer to the center of town is an area named Doolhof which boasts small quaint homes that are beautifully decorated. Our third village was Marken which is one of The Netherlands most traditional fishing villages. Marken has two districts connected by counterweight bridges named after Dutch Queens. An area called Kerkbuurt is where you get a taste of Marken's old world charm. It was here I tried to duplicate a photo that I ...