Landgoed Duin & Kruidberg
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... what a queue! We hadn't bought "fast track" tickets so we're going to have a couple of hours wait in line to get in and then probably the same to get into the different rooms. Not for us, we headed for the Palace gardens which were just amazing and watched musical fountains, saw famous sculptures and lovely flower beds. No wonder the poor ...
... an older crowd. Every bridge we cross, every canal we look down - all the waterways are crowded with festive activity.
Amsterdam (derives its name from "Dam over the River Amstel" - which usage dates back to 1275) is home to more than 100 km of canals. We're staying on the Keizersgracht (Emperor's Canal) Editor's Note: "gracht" means canal. End note. which is one of the 3 main canals - the other 2 being the Prinsengracht (Prince's Canal) and the Herengracht (Lord's ...
... for them to get out of mass, we walked the streets and ran into some street entertainment where a man (from our hostel) was playing with fire. We lost track of time a little and ended up having to grab a quick bite to eat then headed to the free walking your of Amsterdam. This tour was probably one of my favorite parts of the trip because our tour guide, Bram, was a young guy who left out all the boring parts. It was a little bit of history, a splash ...
... kindergarten next door, not a healthy mixture. Unfortunately we don't have many photos of this area as the girls abuse the tour guides if they see a flash go off. We viewed a brothel room, just a room with a bed nothing fancy, according to our guide the cost for the service is €50 for 50 minutes. Our night ended at a "brown cafe" for a drink or two. After 220klms on the road and travelling rough 4 countries we were ready for our bed.
... and how to read the directions, and mentally prepare that we will get rained on. The great news is that there was no rain while on our bikes, and the scenery and fellow riders were wonderful. Lunch was at a quaint lovely restaurant that we rode our bikes to- lovely panini and salad. The afternoon ride included riding through the dunes which was a beautiful landscape. ...