Hotel des Arts Amsterdam
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... Harfagre unites larger part of Norway
880-1050 AD - Vikings
1250 - Hanseatic League
1319 - Lose independence to Denmark
1349-1350 - 60% of population dies due to black plague
1814 - Denmark loses Norway to Sweden
1905 - Norway gains independence
1940-1945 - Germany occupies Norway
1965 - Oil found off shore
1972 - Referendum for EEC (55% said No)
1991 - King Harold ...
... I miscounted the tram stops and we got off one too far. We backtracked on foot. The plan was to get on the bus that would take us to the bus station. The only problem is they run fewer busses on the weekend. So it was either we start walking or wait fifteen minutes for the bus. And I was not about to wait. So off we went. I kept asking Dan what time it was... He told me everytime but didn't understand my panic. He assumed we were closer than we were. I knew we ...
... to Amsterdam. This turned into a very long day because we had missed our Ferry to Calais. Belgium was very flat with heaps of agriculture and it looked a nice place to live. Billy added it was a nice place to be born and die in but it was very quiet between those times and one should travel the World instead of living there.
In Belgium he was very apologetic to think that one should have to pay to go to a toilet but gave us information on ...
... as I thought there would have been more. There are about 100 canals with over 1000 bridges. The trip took one hour and was thoroughly enjoyable. We then walked down to see the Royal Palace which we both found a little disappointing, not on a scale of any others we have seen to date. Across from there was Madam Tussaud's, and Dam Square. We walked around to see the flower market and then wandered down along one of the ...
... corporate. There were a couple interesting tidbits about their beer, such as the secret "Type A" strain of yeast they use, but most of it was showing us their own advertisements and a cheesy 4D ride where Heineken “brews us.” At the end we received two 0.25L beers and then paid extra to have a burger on the roof of the factory. The burger was actually pretty good, and was the first non-McDonalds hamburger I’ve had abroad. We enjoyed ...