Bungalowpark Het Verscholen Dorp
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The day started of really well with a lovely sidewalk breakfast; facing outward towards the street. As we had plenty of time before we had to go to the station, Sandy went shopping and I went to track down the Brompton shop. I had a little trouble finding it as it was not a shop but the distributor for France. The three guys there were really helpful and I ended up buying a Brompton at wholesale price less the 20% sales tax for a foreigner taking a bike out ...
... a Canal Tour. There are a ton of canals running through the city, and it gave me more of an appreication of the city by being able to listen to why building are built leaning forward slightly (they would have a hook up on top of the building to bring furniture in, so it leans forward slightly as to avoid ruining the facade on the way up), why this is a building that is 3 meters wide (less surface area on the street=less tax), and how the city got its name (dam of the ...
... After lunch we strolled back to our hotel checking out things, we plan to have dinner somewhere in town tonight and do a free walking tour of the red light district. Will see how that goes, so we we just chilled back in the room for a few hours. We decided to hit the streets early, and we did, the weather had gone to ****, after a perfect day with the sun out, clear blue skies, the rain had came. So we decide to do our own walking touring ...
... decision to do the Red Light District pub crawl that night but we had to pick up tickets from StayOkay. To make a day out of it we decided to rent bikes, ride them to StayOkay and then continue on to Vondal park for a little while. Getting the tickets was a less than enjoyable experience as their machine was malfunctioning and wouldn't print for us. Tash therefore had to take cash back from them and book online while Maria stood outside rolling a joint to save ...
... budget) for the first stop of our trip. Naturally we sampled the free tea and coffee, and appraised the freebie soaps before setting out for the day.
Our first stop was lunch, at a little cafe, with Indian-European "fusion" cuisine. I had a lovely soup and Mr H a sandwich, washed down with a couple of pints of Heineken!! Feeling refreshed, we walked along the quaint little streets, passed by canals lined with troughs of flowers and bicycles, and found ourselves at ...