De Pelikaan Texel
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... a heap of samples! Yum. We made our way through a lot of the bigger shopping districts in Amsterdam, all the while not buying anything, but looking. It really wasn't that successful actually. But we did find a power adaptor for me for tomorrow! Dad has this fascination that they'll always be in chemists, so we went into one and sure enough he found one. I'm still not sure how it's a chemist type good, but I appreciate I'll have power moving forward! While still on the hunt for ...
... way there was a bit of religious one up manship with who could build the tallest tower with the most elaborate gargoyles and have the loudest bells that ring the most often. Utrechts bishop had the head start and his bell tower rose to 112 meters high but a bit of a storm in 1647 wiped out half the church attached given the advantage to Amsterdam. Back to Amsterdam we dropped the car off with 4,000 more kms on the clock than when we started and trammed into town. We had ...
We decided to take it easy today after all the walking yesterday. We did some laundry (taking advantage of having a rare dryer!) and then went out for a late brunch. I had an English breakfast and Nate got Eggs Benedict. I won, and that hardly ever happens. :) We wanted something sweet so we stopped by a bakery for cookies and then went to this amazing little all-natural ice cream place and got a scoop of honeydew and one of ...
... and Sharon hopped in a taxi, but the rest of us had to ride our bikes back home. The rental place had closed 2 hours earlier, to we had keep the bikes until tomorrow.
We were nervous about the ride back because it was a weekday and we were worried about traffic. Thankfully, it was late enough in the day, that the business traffic was gone, the daytime tourist traffic was gone, and the night time tourist traffic had not yet begun. The ...
... was the same what fun would traveling to see these “crazy” places!?
The other big “shocking” aspect of Amsterdam is that Marijuana usage is legal. Interestingly tourists are the most loyal patrons and it is not in your face everywhere you turn. You have to know what to look for and ask to see the selection – most things are not just on display (unlike how I felt walking down the streets of California where the weed doctors ...