Fletcher Badhotel Callantsoog
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... 11th floor of the hotel. We were greeted by a waitress. "Table for 3?" "No thanks, we just came for a look." "Oh." And on that note we trotted outside to take some pics. The poor waitress probably didn't even realise we were staying at the hotel, she probably thought we were just being nosey. For dinner we went out to an Indian (the one Pete and Shona went to when they were here) the same lady was there, zooming ...
... that building below sea level wouldn't be the wisest decision in the world, but they've been doing this for centuries, so who am I to judge. After about half an hour on the bus, or halfway across the country (maybe not halfway but it's a frikking small place), we pulled into a little town called Marken, which was absolutely gorgeous. And even though we were out of the city, it confirmed just how different a way of life it was - it was still tightly packed, small homes with ...
... so that one would take one bite, and then have to sit and think about it for a while. (Given the constraints of a stomach, several of the individual courses were essentally one bite.) One of the striking things for me was the way it exposed me to new favor combinations I never would have thought of. Perhaps my favorite course was an extremely softly cooked egg with a sauce made of mango, gorgonzola, kiwi and star anise. That's not ...
... canals and became blissfully lost. We laid in the grass in a public square and ate cheese sandwiches at a quaint café on the corner of Utrechtsestraat and Herengracht.
I had heard from a few people that visiting the Anne Frank house while in Amsterdam is a must; I had also heard about the wait time to see inside. Nevertheless, we were on our way as soon as we decided we would at least go and look at the outside. Again with no map and no idea ...
... toys/books, homemade food/lemonade and performing for the public.
I rode on a small boat through the canals at lunchtime. It was fabulous, the streets and canals were full of orange festive makers. Quite a few boats had sound systems at full blast and the passengers were dancing as they sailed past.
We picked up another passenger and her dog ...