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Dianne: Doing very exciting British things and stuff. Kasia: Today was market day. I hopped on the tram (I love trams, they are so cool) and found the giant horseshoe shaped building Markthal. It was designed by MVRDV and from the outside looks like a grey curve with glass covering either end. Inside, the ceiling is covered with over four thousand tiles to make up The Horn of Plenty, a ...
... several refineries and chemical plants (including a Dow plant) that we passed.
We decided to have dinner at the buffet, since had missed our dining room seating time. We had excellent prime rib, some pretty good French fries and cherry crisp with ice cream for dessert. Yum!! There wasn't a show -- just a movie for evening entertainment. There was no way I was going to stay awake for a movie, so we stayed in our cabin and called it a night ...
Yesterday was an epic day of travel. Got up at 5:30am got a cab for 20p, got on a train to the port and got on the ferry. We were really tired so we got a cabin for 28p. Had a couple of hours sleep and felt much better. Had a sausage roll and tried stropwaffle which are caramelly waffle biscuits which were really good. Got to holland and had to catch ...
... street. I decided to buy a pair of jeans for the club tonight because my Tileys would not be appropriate as they get very warm at times and in a club I would definitely overheat. So I bought my first pair of Levi's jeans. Expensive but I got a style I've wanted for a while and it can be a sort of souvenir.
That's it for today. As I said, tonight will be the club, which will easily be the most eventful part of today. More updates on it in tomorrow's ...
... with the guide pointing out points of interest, particularly Anne Frank's house. I didn't know much about Anne but Kate was excited to see where she lived as she'd read the book. Afterward, we were dropped off at Gassan Diamond Museum where I wore a rather expensive Diamond Ring. Just a cool 33,500 Euros, I wonder how long I'd have to pole dance to get enough money ...