Hampshire Hotel - Landgoed Stakenberg
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Cheese day! Today we got on the bus in the morning and drove to Edam where we walked to the bike shop and took a bike tour of Edam. It a Is a lovely canal town that showed us more so how everyone is holland lives outside of the main cities. Very beautiful houses and gardens right on the channel. Up next was the cheese factory! We were taught all about how the cheese was made. They have a big pot where they heat the milk until it is ...
... have been doubling, and Marie has clung to (well, apparently its actually quite comfortable) the back of bicycles when we all need to go into town.
Now, biking in Holland is really quite enjoyable for many reasons. For one thing, you almost always have the right of way, and cars respect you as pedestrians for almost 100% of the time. Secondly, there are many bikes available in the Netherlands, so you are never in short supply of finding one and I for one really ...
... a big glass of cream that you could add into your hot chocolate if you wanted to.it was really nice. We also skyped Michaela while we were in the Sky Lounge. We headed back to our hotel where we chilled out before we went for dinner. We went across the road to the English Pub called The London Bridge. I shared the Mixed Meats with mum it was lovely. We then went back to the hotel and the grandmas looked after us while mum and Richard went out we played cards and had some ...
... with raw onions on top. It's like their snack - some people were even eating it for breakfast. We weren't game enough to try is, so we stuck to paella and calamari rings.
In our last two days, we visited Den Haag (where parliament is). Interesting fact - unlike most countries where the capital city is usually where the parliament is located, the Netherlands calls Amsterdam its capital city rather than Den Haag because Den Haag actually ...
... to the mainland, making it a peninsula. Marken is a well-known tourist attraction, with visitors coming here to view the characteristic wooden houses of this old fishing village. For some time during the later 19th and early 20th centuries, Marken and its inhabitants were the focus of considerable attention by folklorists, ethnographers and physical anthropologists, who regarded the ...