Hampshire Hotel - Mijdrecht Marickenland
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... are very friendly although not intrusive. There are few restrictions which amazed us compared to Australia eg no one wears helmets including little kids on their parents bikes, Weed smoke smells all through the park or in the street, bottles of booze being passed around. I will research what their accident rate is as the philosophy seems to be, 'you are responsible for yourself so don't get in my road' ...
... city becomes animated and rowdy, and the air became testosterone charged as the curtains to 'windows' were raised. For the record, the energy cafes were not seedy places and they made delicious chocolate muffins!
I made a trip to Den Haag yesterday. Den Haag was a coastal city and the political centre of Holland. It housed all of the embassies and government administrations. It boasted ...
... in the states about two-three months ago. I hadn't heard many of his other songs prior to the few days before the concert when Elizabeth and I were listening to his album around her house. His spiritual, powerful performance with his almost all female band lit up the stage and had the crowd going wild. Every song was perfection, every lyric made sense. The setting was inside an old church and the lights lit up the stained glass windows with bright blues, reds, ...
... to have for supper and snacks for tomorrow's travel day. I grabbed a Carmel frappachino from the Haarlem station. Cory calls them Carmel frappa-lappa-lattés. Probably wasn't a good idea to get a frozen drink when it was a chilly day and we didn't bring sweaters. We were home around 5 and rested on the couch. I packed while Cory made supper. We had chicken breast, ...
What a time we have had. Absolutely love Amsterdam. Would love to definitely come back. The people are friendly. The canals are beautiful. Lots of great things to see. All the tourist sites, including museums have English explanations. Even have menus with English. As a result it just feels so very welcoming. The population is also about one million so it's size is also a bonus. With so many people riding bikes, there is a youthful energy ...