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... to water the nearby fern, that to me seemed rather more plastic than anything that could possibly have ever grown in actual soil... and refill my bottle from the tap on the other side of the 2 gigantic X-ray machines that I'm sure once before the airport "space age era" was a normal gate with plenty of seats, for passengers as well as every loved one under the moon off to see you board your flight. Ah the good old days. Now two things are within sight in a departures ...
... and use a pulley to hoist things. Even the new houses on the canals are built that way. There were many houseboats in the canals as well. We had the afternoon to ourselves so we spent time in the town centre. It was showery and rained for the first time in our European trip. It's 4.30 now and sunny again! For our last night, we drove through typical Dutch countryside to the fishing village of Mönnickendam for a Celebration ...
After this we were very down. We new we would be but it was indeed something that you get a bit distant. We walked to the place for dinner where we wanted a traditional dish consisting of a meatball, a little gravy and some mash.
It was dense but satisfying, in a my stomach is about to explode way.
After dinner i decided to go back to the hostel. I was shocked by a conversation from maggie and Menzies on ...
... wants to jam things (often her pointer finger!) into our ears to tell us we are "sick." Indy's vocabulary is pretty impressive, she can communicate really well. Poor Adrian cops a lot of "sit down daddy!" And "no more daddy!" I certainly couldn't accept it as well as Adrian does. With a big smile on his face he often says "Oh I love you so much Indy cat," and smothers her with a big cuddle...to which she often "replies" with a face palm and "Mo More ...
... walk doesn’t sound bad, but with a 50 pound suitcase and no solid idea of where you’re heading, it’s quite far.
I booked my hotel on points, and it is quite nice. The Hotel Pulitzer is about a block away from the Anne Frank House. It is made from several converted canal houses, which are quite narrow each. It actually goes the entire block backwards (so you can access it from two different streets that face out to two ...