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... drugs can do to someone. Very interesting and informative, I wouldn't say rhi and I will be repping a pair of nice clogs next time we head out but definitely interesting and an informative session. The cheese tasted amazing, garlic being a stand out. After this, we arrived in Amsterdam, at our hostel, probably our least favourite one of the trip.. But it had a shower and some wifi so couldn't complain! We had a night walk and a quick stand up ...
... history. We then went or a walk through the"Red light District" the girls rent windows and "advertise" their "goods" (Hey I am trying to be delicate.. my Mother is reading this !!! hahaha) Roland explained that, literally this is where we get the term "Window Shopping" from.
We got back to the coach and were returned to the hotel at around 10:00pm. It was a long day, so I was very grateful that I had a quiet day the day before. We are up at 7:00 tomorrow and on to ...
... small personal boats here which they are allowed to park anywhere along the canal. They are taxed $50 euros per meter a year for their boats but are not charged any moorage.
I think Amsterdam was made for Jamie as it's the land of bicycles, boats and beer....three of his favourite things!
We are looking forward to the next two days of exploring this beautiful city!
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... everyone speaks English! it is compulsory to learn at school and when they get to high school, kids get the option of learning French or German. I could have spent another couple of days in Amsterdam, but sadly Ireland was calling so we had to move on...
Thanks to Neville and Denise for the hotel recommendation - it was pretty good!
Now for a week driving around Ireland - on the right side of the road! Yay!!
... jumped on the tram outside the station and headed off. It them occurred to us that we didn't really know how far we had to go before getting off. We were relieved to find that the announcement was in Dutch and English so we listened intently for the Albert Cuypmarket stop. We dragged our cases and heavy backpacks towards McDonalds as instructed and found the Bagels and Beans cafe then walked across the road and found our accommodation. It was still early in the morning ...