De L'Europe Amsterdam
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We set off to Amsterdam via the scenic route to break the monotony of the motorways. The countryside is very green and extremely flat. We passed through lots of pretty country towns, saw many cyclists, wind farms, windmills and animals. We travelled across the Afsluitdijk Dyke, a major causeway completed in 1933. It is 32 km long. Amsterdam is very …
... to view this picturesque town famous for its cheese. I would describe it as quaint, with its canal and pretty streets. We stopped at the cheese market to sample some cheese and then had some time to wander around. Unfortunately, this was the one day we had rain and we had to take shelter in a store for about 10 minutes while it poured, so we didn't get to do much other than look in a few shops. We did by a few chocolate covered ...
... my birthday. They told him something like we will see what we can do. Dan came back with a bummed expression. We both assumed that meant: yeah you and everyone else buddy. Then a cute little waitress came over with two huge tall beers for us while a Happy birthday song came on over the speakers. We were so excited and thankful. And while we were sitting there beaming from excitement from it all while drinking our new beers another bartender came over said happy birthday ...
Well, not much to blog about today, except that we transitioned from Brugge to wonderful Amsterdam! Lots of screaming children on the first train...great train station in Antwerp (snack time of yam yam and pasta - by the way when you order fries in B & the Netherlands you get a GIANT dollop of mayo on top)...Amsterdam centraal station is a gorgeous building! The city is ...
... always eating, drinking, or smoking accompanying their conversation. I find myself longing to be on the water with them!
My first impressions of Amsterdam are that the people are very relaxed here. There is very little honking, very few people shouting (except at night when everyone is partying); which is all replaced by the ting-tinging of bicycle bells. Everybody rides bikes here. I joke that there are more bicycles than people to ride them. ...