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... no idea what it was trying to be but it was determined that the flavour it most resembled was warm fuzzy peaches that had been seriously diluted. On the plus side, however, my father made a comment on how this McDonalds didn’t fill half of your soft drink container with ice which would usual melts in Canada if you don’t drink fast enough.We had realized early on in the day that it was unlikely that we would be able to visit all the intended castles, yet we did manage to ...
... before flying out to Singapore on the 2nd of July. We will have 3 days there before arriving home next Saturday. Tomorrow I am looking forward to catching up with a special friend from Amsterdam and also to visit the Van Gough museum and Rijksmuseum.
For those of you who have followed it, I hope you have enjoyed my blog. I look forward to reading it all when I get back. River cruising is a great way to have a holiday. Ciao!
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I then went for a very quiet drink before returning to the hostel. Breakfast here doesn't start until 9am tomorrow so hopefully I can sleep in first.
I like this accommodation, and one of my original impressions was how quiet my room was, since you couldn't hear any street noise. Well unfortunately I forgot about the church around the corner, which seems to love ringing its bells. I think it rings bells on every hour, when mass is ...
... with me as I unintentionally slipped into Asian tourist mode and had a tendency to stop in the way of everyone. Oops. Here are all the places we saw along our way! There are so many!
- Royal Palace- It was inclosed by tons of fencing and there were some royal armed guards out front. Don't know if that is everyday or not. It was super cool.
- Nieuwe Kerk- A beautiful big church
- Wester Kerk- ...
... for dinner. Like the roman experience, the waiter came over and sat at our table to verbally review our options.He has a traveling monkey, and posed for a hippo shot. Gord and I shared a salmon tartar with tzatziki followed by steak for Gord and coconut chicken for me. So good! The salad was a bit sandy-crunchy, but the side of fries was perfection. Then we staggered home through the red light district again and crashed out.
Our last full day was ...