Fletcher Badhotel Noordwijk
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... so it was amazing to actually be here while it was fresh in our minds. We also wandered through the 9 streets in Jordaan. Checked out a few vintage shops, some boutiques, record stores and ate the most amazing apple pie ever. With the weather at minus 1 it was hard to just wander without purpose today though. Even the locals are feeling the cold - unusual cold snap just now ...
... returned to Dutch ownership when French left in 1812. Currently used for diplomatic receptions and to welcome heads of states. Building looked in need of a good wash! Walked along more streets with wonky buildings, some rather more precarious than others. Also passed the house where Rembrandt lived between 1639 and 1659. It is quite unique with small windows and shutters, most have large windows and shutters. Walked alongside the Amstel River, really just ...
... family which led to them being captured. Toby knew nothing about Anne Frank seemed to enjoy the museum. Afterwards we had lunch in a little cafe in the neighbourhood before waiting (forever) for the next canal ferry. One thing about public transportation I struggle with is I have to travel on their time schedule not mine. Whilst on the ferry we worked out we did not have enough time to go to the Heineken Experience place today and be back in time for ...
... didn't finished because she ran out of time. So my mum had her break from work so we went for a bike ride 24km and after she went back to work till5.00 then we went to the steakhouse for dinner and I tried snails. I wasn't sure to try the snails at first but I did enjoy them the. For the main I had spicy spare ribs which were juice but I didn't finish 3 ...
... so I decided to head out to the countryside to see the windmills. I bought my 6 euro return train ticket and headed northwest of the city, thru Rotterdam. From the train station, I walked a little over a mile with the scent of chocolate chips (from the Chocolate factory there) to the Zandan Sanns village - a touristy spot with windmills, shops, ...