Hotel De Koepoort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with classic Dutch windmills! Never in my life had I so wished I had the tattoo that Daniel had with a windmill on his ****. What a gorgeous place! We went into a windmill built in the 1600's and had a look around. It was such an impressive machine that it could crush peanuts into peanut oil that today the same amount could be done in less than a day! I felt sorry for the bloke who still operates it, does he feel inferior or what?! The best part of it all was the photo ...
Today was our third ACTE Education Forum. After attending this forum in Dubai, Beijing, and Amsterdam, I thought this one was the most benefical for many reasons: my knowledge level now is up to par with the professionals so I could follow the presentations and Q&A so much better, the sessions throughout the day were all very interactive, and there was no lanugage barrier like in Beijing!
The session I enjoyed ...
Kings Day in Amsterdam was amazing! It started unofficially last night and continued on the public holiday today. The inner city was closed to cars and trams so that the people could walk freely. The streets and canals were lined with flea markets and stalls of food/drink and orange clothing/accessories. Parks were filled with children (and their parents) ...
... confronting! After that we finished in the main section of the district where everyone else lined up for a live sex show and 4 of us, me included decided against it so we went and got some dinner and then did a little walk around but it was really dark and four girls walking through the district we decided to just head home. On the way we were hungry by the time we got close to home so we popped into a McDonalds near our hostel. None of us got any burgers or anything but we got a ...
Today Bart took us to a great Museum about an hour from his house. It is a museum that I can explain to you in comparison to Colonial Williamsburg or Old Bedford Village. We had to once we arrived there take a short ferry to the museum. The museum was a fun day. The museum was completed in 1983 and it recreates a village of small houses from all over the IJsselmeer region ...