Holiday Inn Ijmuiden Seaport Beach
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... back with milk, then comes the yoghurt, then the fruit - and that's when we ask for them together. They won't put them in one plate, but will serve them sort of at the same time. The first breakfast, they waited until we finished the first plate before bringing the next, so we didn't get to have our fruit with the cereal, but after.
Lovely blue skies and sun - pity about the 14˚ temperature. I can't see the point of lying on sun loungers dressed ...
... it was so cold - there were obviously a few people feeling unwell judging by the number outside.
The first of two days at sea, it was a quiet day. We've met quite a few interesting people - took our ipads into the piano bar and read for a while - met an interesting Irish couple and some mad lady who kept getting "very rude" service. The Irish guy asked how come she was getting all the rude people. Funny. We then went to lunch and met another ...
... blind, balancing on a hunk of soap and have nothing to hold onto, you've got shampoo in your eyes, water up your nose, moisturising lotion in your mouth AND before you can stop this crazy shower boarding nonsense you have to make sure that from the top of your head to the soles of your feet you are washed, cleaned, scrubbed, buffed and dried - or else you won't get a good table at dinner.
Nobody warned me about this when I booked my ticket!
... jungles of housing estates where everyone is living on top of each other such as UK. Instead they tend to spread their houses out all over the place and every house is to a totally different design from the one next door. Most are built of timber and are painted up in loads of different bright colours.
Of course as i have said before the country is extremely clean and the people seem to take great pride in keeping it that way. However, get near the city's and that all ...
... City Walk. Many of my friends have made fun of me for obsessing over Rick Steves Books, but the walk was awesome. Starting by the Central Station, I made my way up Damrak (past the stock exchange where they used to exchange actual livestock) to Dam Square. Dam Square is the "center" of town and home to the (old) Royal Palace, Nieuwe Kerk (New Church...it's 600 years old but 100 years newer than the Old Church) the Magna Plaza and ...
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