Golden Tulip Doorwerth
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... this was funny highlight #1 of the day. We then raced to Anne Frank House and waited in a massive queue to get in. It moved along quickly though - only a 45min wait. Its a sombre yet amazing experience, and really makes you think about what this young teenage girl and her family went through. Our final dash was to our dinner canal cruise. Strangely, I didn't really see as many canals being lit up as I expected, so I was abit ...
... need to wear wood socks with clogs. The man who did the demonstration spoke really great English and was making jokes the whole time! After the clog making demonstration, we got to taste the cheeses! There was a line of the different cheeses cut into little squares and a raspberry fruity wine that you used to cleanse your palate between tastings. At the end was the waffle things that Taryn had mentioned earlier with syrup between ...
... the area until early evening.
Today has definitely been warmer (14 degrees) as I didn't wear my puffer jacket (but I did have 3 layers on). I'm told that it's meant to be 20 degrees on Saturday and to expect the locals to be in bikinis in excitement!
We are just home (midnight) from a very enjoyable evening with Jan, Bea, Tony (20) and Nina (12). They live at Heemskerk, a seaside town of 45000 people, about 20mins out of Amsterdam. ...
... and diet coke and sat and listened to the performers. Jeanne asked to have our sandwich cut in half and he said no at first...very odd. Walked around and did a little shopping...Jeanne bought some skinny pants...very cute! Stopped at Lebowski's for a beer. There some kid talent show going on so we had one and left. Stopped at Cafe Olivier for another ...
... in the streets now, but the crowds are so big downtown, that even we cannot navigate through them.
We end our stay with dinner in Utrecht. It an interesting atmosphere to be in the middle of a teeny room with tiny tables, that soon fills up with 30 people. All are conversing in Dutch, it gets louder and louder and we are in the middle of the Sat nite buzz and we cannot understand a ...