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... We realised we'd never been in a proper German bar before and they don't pull a pint of beer like us Brits. She got out a couple of glasses, filled them from the beer tap and ended up with a quarter of beer and the rest froth, then she went and talked to her mates, she came back and filled them a bit more, then went a did a couple of shots with her mates. The process continued until she finally had two glasses full of beer and about ten minutes after ordering them she ...
... a great guide, an art student named Katherine, showing us around.
The weather was still horrible, so we stopped in a coffee shop nearby to plan our next move. Good coffee, cosy, fantastic vibe, books, games, great baby boomer music - Bij Cafe Langeris.
Did some more walking looking for shoes and ended up buying some mobiles for Justin and Fraser. Very cute felt. Left our two big bags at the B&B and headed for Schipol airport to collect ...
... as in pictures. There was at one time over a hundred canals.
The bibliotheek (library) here is incredible, like a 5 star hotel lobby with 5 floors. Tons of wonderful museums here in Amsterdam, but I have to be picky because it certainly ain't cheap. So the Anne Frank House was a must; it's located in the house where she actually hid, and the same bookcase that disguised the entrance to her room (the ...
... straight out to walk around town. We got lost... a lot. but we had some lunch of chips and then went up a shopping strip where we were completely lost. Once we asked where we was we went for dinner to a french/Belgium place. Unfortunately when we arrived it was closed for a private function. But the waiter was lovely and told us of some nice places to eat.
We decided to escape the city and see some Dutch countryside. We took the local bus to an area north of Amsterdam called Waterland. It is full of small towns and farms. The bus ticke allowed us to get on and off all we wanted. The 1st stop was the town of Broek, which is like Amsterdam in miniature with wooden houses on canals. Our next stop was Marken ...