De L'Europe Amsterdam
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... to see more of the city by boat. At the Heineken Brewery, Dylan and my dad hopped of and went to the Heineken Experience. My mom and I stayed on for one more stop and walked through the ground near the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum where the I AMSTERDAM sign sits. Then we all met back up in Rembrantplein for dinner and the train ride back to The ...
... was right. Updated bathroom, but the rest of the hotel room, looks like a cross between something out of Oliver Twist and Harry Potter. The hotel is an old canal home, and all we can guess is that someone once lived here in a fashion. The bathroom is on the first floor, a bedroom on the second floor and an open room with two beds on the third floor, all strung together with a spiral staircase straight out of Vertigo. The top floor isn’t even straight, ...
... 3 styles). I passed, Don loved them.
5. A fabulous aged Dutch cheese
6. A warm, thin waffle cookie with syrup between the two layers
7. A glass of liqueur from a choice of about 50 flavors
I'm sure there were others that I've forgotten. We returned to the ship by tram (proud as punch that we figured out how to do it!), and had Caesar salad for dinner Plus a little wine. Plus a little dessert, of course. Hey, we're on vacation!
... factories and the home of Heineken, our time in Amsterdam involved lots of delicious food, lots of picture perfect locations and lots of history. The red light district is exactly as you imagine, hard to explain in words really and the feminist in me is not too sure how she feels about it but none the less if was interesting to learn about the history of a profession that I never thought could be so public. The flower markets ...
... of Marken. Marken is now joined to the mainland via a man-made peninsula. Upon arrival you’re greeted by a beautiful view of the green wooden houses alongside the harbour. We walked through the village and came to a building where we met the clog maker. Here we watched as he transformed a piece of wood to a clog - he was very funny too!
All too soon, we were back in the bus and on our way back to Amsterdam.