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... quaint and gorgeous. They were all very green and colorful with beautiful doors and windows. So, I'll admit, I had no clue what the purpose of clogs were. Well, they do/did serve a purpose. Because the Netherlands is so wet, they would use the clogs in the farms because the clogs don't get wet and their feet would stay dry. At the village, many still wore clogs with nice wool socks. We took a boat from Marken to Volendam, where we went to ...
... an unwritten rule in Amsterdam that when you reach 40 they shoot you. I must be the oldest person in the city! The sounds in this cafe are really tops. Oh and I wish I could transform myself back to that hard house party on the canal. I can't think why but I seem to be rambling on a bit. It's almost 2pm so we are off to get some street food and then the park. Change of plan, now going to Haesje Claes restaurant which is famous ...
... night's trip to the Red Light District pretty much dropped us into...well...the "red" zone. So today we headed over to Museumplein to check it out. We saw the Rijksmuseum, and the Van Gogh Museum...gift shops. Now come on...be realistic...you didn't actually think I would be able to handle both of those places, now did you? We did get to see the iconic "I Amsterdam" sign and some really cool bunnies. Plus, enroute to Museumplein we passed down a street which could only ...
... here), so you can see Wok prevailed on me for a photo opportunity. It was a risky business, with all the French, Belgian and Dutch goodies I've been eating, and wearing boots and Gortex coat, but I have a certificate to prove that I didn't do too badly. However I think really the poor old cheese sellers have been cut short of profit by scales that weigh quite a bit lighter than they should. Alkmaar is a very pretty little town, so we spent some time wandering before ...
Countryside & Windmills Tour: Zaanse Schans, Marken & Volendam
- start: 12:30pm
- end: 6:00pm (18:00)