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... Katrina, Dutch engineers were commissioned to repair them.
Once the land was drained they realized it was not good for growing crops. It was good for grazing. The livestock industry flourished. There are 16 million people in the Netherlands and 4 million cows! They also have lots of sheep. This country is a large producer of cheese. The average Dutchman eats 31 kilos of cheese per year. That's a lot of cheese, and a lot of ex-lax! It is common to ...
... is so much to see and some things are worth the value more than others. It is so important to know what things cost and how to arrange your time.
Amy and I decided we had a couple of attractions we really wanted to get to which included the Anne Frank House, House of Bols Cocktail Experience, and the Gassen Diamonds tour. Since the online tickets for Anne Frank were hard to secure for the 10 of us we had to wait in the line. We arrived in Amsterdam two ...
... in! Haha. Thursday was our last day in Amsterdam but we had to spend it doing washing and posting things and packing! We were out and walking to the post office when we realised that we'd miss the seminar Bradden wanted to see. The post office was way further than we expected. We bought a box and a tube and walked back to the room (stopping for lunch on the way). Back at the room we organised our bags and packed the box up and put our posters in the tube. With this ...
... Better. Calmer. More cultured. Ahh... Get the train to centraal station and its raining. Apparently very unseasonal to rain at the moment, but all is good for the short walk around to our place. Karin is there to greet us - cheery, lovely lady, and tells us all about what we are to expect. Our room looks out onto one of the canals and its amazing already. Safe to say we fell in love with Amsterdam ...
... to visit the Vincent van Gogh Museum. I chose the Van Gogh Museum because it seemed more focused then the Rijksmuseum, making it more likely to keep our attention. We bought tickets at our hotel allowing us to skip the line at the museum at no extra cost. Seeing the line wrapped around the building, we were thankful for our rare moment of forethought. We started with the 15 min video about van Gogh, per Olivia's suggestion. It gave a ...