Doria Hotel Amsterdam
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... put on 40,000 layers of clothes and then headed down to breakfast. Breakfast every day is ham, cheese, toast, cereal, boiled eggs, juice, and surprisingly good coffee! We both made sandwiches and took a banana to have for lunch too. It's really odd that no where you go offers water, and if you want it it's about €3. It's an expensive commodity apparently! I just filled my bottle with tap water which ended up being fine...stomach of steel ha. We were out the door before 8am...thanks ...
... that in the era, without sophisticated engineering and equipment they constructed these amazing edifices way up on cliffs. We also took a relatively brief but interesting cruise on the Dordogne, on a replica of the wood boats that plied the rivers in the Middle Ages. We returned to Puy and had a grand chicken, taters, and veggie dinner -- with ample libations. 10/7 Puy L'Eveque -- Today we drove south and east, thru Cahors to St, Cirq Lapopie, a stunningly ...
... had been to because after a while they all look the same. Another full day done yes again off to the supermarket we will leave the rest to your imagination.
On the last Saturday in September we were up early, ready to listen on the iPad to the AFL Grand Final and yay the mighty Hawks smashed Sydney. Go Roughy! Go Hodgey! Go the Hawks! Great result wish we were there. The rest of the day was spent walking round ...
After what seemed like a rather long walk back from the brewery Shaylee was spent and promptly fell asleep only to wake up for a quick snack before calling it a night.
Our last day in Amsterdam was greeted with some typical New Zealand weather, this was not a pleasant reminder of home. Making the most of our time we headed about 20mins south of Amsterdam to a place called schance zanse which still has active windmills and a ...
... plus the technical aspects: the paint and canvas types, the implications of objects, positioning, and light.
We had worked up an appetite and so headed to another recommended restaurant: Umami Sushi. The food was impeccable and we shared a variety of bites, much like tapas. It didn't turn out to be what you would expect from a sushi restaurant, but still tasted good.
For once we decided to spend the night in. We procured food to make dinner at home plus a bottle of wine.