Colette'S Family Homes Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Hey, Where's the Grape Juice?
Options for church in Amsterdam this Sunday were non-existent. However, we came prepared. A video sermon by Don Truex and Kaysha's home made communion bread. But we had a problem. We forgot to buy grape juice at the grocery on Saturday. Surely we could just buy some on Sunday while we were out - wrong! There …
... a pre-arranged tour of Jewish Amsterdam and the Anne Frank House. Our guide was Cecilia and the first stop on our tour was at the Gassan Diamond factory. The factory was first established in the 1600s by a Jewish family and remained in the family until the descendants perished in various concentration camps in World War 2. After the war the factory was revived by another Jewish family and is the biggest diamond factory ...
Sunday 16 Aug
First night at Thea's gave us good sleep. Her house was quiet and the temperature was good. So we felt like getting out and about. Thea provided a Dutch breakfast (bread, cheese etc). There was an email from Paula stating that it would be fine to visit Pit so we sorted the route. As we couldn't arrive till 3.30 we had time for a relaxed coffee with Thea then to walk into central Amsterdam (7.5 km).
Thanks to Google we found our ...
... hour and the rain showed no sign of letting up!
Being wet, unfit, a little unwell and facing a 70km day saw Mark starting to fall behind having valiantly tackled the first 20km.
It was decided, despite initial objections from Mark, that Lisa would ride his bike and he'd take her seat on the front of the Pino.
Front seat Pino riding is very different, engendering emotions ranging from vulnerable to ...
... my walk and found flower and seed markets, and many long streets filled with great places to shop. I continued weaving steadily north, and when I found myself passing some very unusual stores, I pulled out my map and found that I had wandered into the Red Light District. It isn’t nearly as seedy in the daytime as you might imagine, but the shops were still like nothing you would see walking around Minneapolis! It was now dinner time, and I used my iPod to ...
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