Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Zeeduin
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... so dashed the last several yards. It is hard to remember to watch for bicycles when you are in a hurry! So we are trying to stay upright, with our full and happy tummies. Our tour officially begins tomorrow afternoon at 4 pm, so we have been trying to see things here in Haarlem before then that are not on the itinerary. Breakfast this morning was actually lunch, so after we ate we walked and investigated a few shops, then made our way to the Franz Hals Museum. We ...
... kind of bitter. Dinner was 35e each. Afterwards we decided to go to the red light district but we wandered for ages and couldn't find it. Just as we gave up and it started raining we found it! And it was really gross. Old ladies in floro bikinis. We went to a place called WebO that was all vending machines with croquettes and burgers. Pretty ...
... you forced yourself or others in, and we spent the afternoon swimming, reading and attempting to keep up with the rate as to which our 'soft' ice cream cones were melting in the heat.
We met up with some more relatives and went out for asian food - the food was superb (I guess its kind of expected when the menu doesn't give you any prices) and we all managed to taste each others' dishes because of the way the food ...
... were restaurants and bars along the streets, as well as the infamous ladies in the windows. Interestingly, we got to see a sculpture in the ground of a hand fondling a boob. It was pretty random and funny. There was also a Catholic Church in the district, so men could confess their sins. They could even go in and confess their sins before committing them, just in case the church was closed by the time they were done. Crazy! We walked ...
... tall some of them were. We also got to see tulip fields which was truly amazing. We ended up only staying for a couple of hours because it was starting to get really crowded. After the gardens, we explored Amsterdam. We went to the Redlight District (during the day). We were going over this bridge by a church and there was a older gentleman in a boat playing music in tune with the church bells. It was really impressive. He even got the guy that rang the church bells ...