De Pelikaan Texel
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... have them every dinner! I had a lovely bacon pancake, with some delicious Dutch syrup. It was such a good pancake, we couldn't forget to have desert. We all shared 20 mini pancakes with strawberries and cream. This was probably the best dinner I have had so far in this trip! And it was a nice last dinner in Amsterdam. Mum, Dad and I slept like a log, because we were so shattered, as we had been walking all day. Tomorrow, sadly we are leaving Amsterdam, so we better make the most of ...
... I had been nervous about doing this alone as they always seemed to be packed with groups or guys just sitting around outside. We went to the original coffee shop, the bulldog, and sampled some "herbal blend" (sorry dad but when in Amsterdam). After that we had some dinner and I headed back to my hotel for a good nights sleep before the Anne Frank house. Next day up bright and early to get the tram, accidentally didn't pay because I couldn't figure out how. Got to the Anne frank ...
... days, though that will likely depend on what happens for the next few nights.
Today we ate cheese, tried on clogs, toured the Heineken Brewery, drank some Heineken, partook in Amsterdam's foliage, and wandered around a sex museum. Apparently size does matter, both in beer and sex. I'll give more detailed thoughts on Amsterdam next time.
I totally got a fluffy tourist beanie to keep my head warm. It's pink of course.
... get platform numbers for the six trains we were to take at 5am the next day. Lucky we did, because a longer train had been dropped and had to be replaced by two shorter ones. So now our train count would be 7 trains over 14 hours after not sleeping at all in Amsterdam, but I decided that could be made up for by the mini cruise we had booked to Norway that awaited us at the end of our train journey.
And so we entered Amsterdam! I was surprised by how comfortable I felt. It ...
... by hand every Sunday. Only 6 persons were taken on each tour and the views from the top were expansive with canals leading in all directions. In the afternoon, Phil and Judy departed for home and we took a tour of the Anne Frank House - another stark reminder of the "persecution of Jews" and how some Jews were hidden by non-Jewish friends and colleagues to almost certain death in concentration camps. That evening, we found a quiet restaurant for a ...