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... ready for transport and delivered to the lobby by 9AM each morning. As some of you know or have read our previous entries, we are not early risers. 9AM is just too early. As it is, when breakfasts are ever included wherever we stay, we make it down close to the end of the breakfast serving time. =)
Once we had left our luggage ready for pickup we took our time having breakfast - buffet which is the best kind. =) We then tried to determine the ...
Facts I have learnt about windmills. I now know. - you can turn the top of the windmill so the sail catches the wind so it can keep working constantly. And windmills must be turned at. least once a month or they get embedded in the site they're sitting in.
Then it was on to the fishing ...
... some clear air soon. I came upon a large square. There was a carnival going on. Obviously Easter festivities went into a full carnival of Spring. There were rides and side shows and lots of places selling European junk food. Then I saw Madame Tussaud's on the corner. I whipped out my map and I was in Dam square. The big building behind the ferris wheel was the royal palace! The royals don't live there. They live in The Hague. I strolled around for a while. The ...
It was a slow start to the morning.. as is any morning after drinking.
We decided that since we were in Amsterdam we had better start the day off with another round of hearty Dutch pancakes (apparently the third ones for Claire and Kristy who had some every day we were there).
After pancakes all round we headed to the Heineken museum which was actually awesome! I especially enjoyed watching all the old adverts they have run over the years. But seriously ...
... all really good! As Rachael arrived, we decided (the next day) to go for a wander again and went down to an area called Jordaan (I think it was called that anyway) and there were loads of amazing food shops! Shops that sold hundreds of different types of cheeses, a shop which sold at least 20 types of Iberico ham, all lined up on the counter and lots and lots of really nice looking cafes! I would definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys food! ...