Symphony Hotel Corel
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... made it back to Barb in time to catch our delayed train.
The arrival in Amsterdam was further complicated by the delay as our train could not take us into Amsterdam central, instead it dropped us off outside of town and we had to transfer to a local train. It made for a little anxiety, but it all worked out in the end. We found "Frederick's Rent a Bike" a half hour before closing after wandering down cobblestone streets ...
... where they run in the meadows haha, I wouldn't mind that!! After this you do a tasting and they tell you how to drink Heineken like a pro. It actually doesn't taste that bad if you gulp it which is how you're meant to have it. I thought it was a bit fruity which is apparently the "A" yeast in it. The next part is interactive so you can play games and watch Heineken adverts from the past. Later I got to pour my first pint. That is much harder than it looks but I'm a pro now so ...
... produce to make dinner - learning a bit of history while we were at it! The cold weather was a surprisingly nice change, and after a final un-dutch breakfast (vegemite on toast) we were on the train to central Amsterdam. The first day we were welcomed to Amsterdam with some serious rain, of which we were a little unprepared! It was a perfect day to sit in a 'brown cafe' (different from "coffee" shops) and drink ...
... sorry. In between these windows were a range of sex shops, museums and live sex shows! We entered a museum, which displayed many things (pictures, stories, equipment, cartoon videos! etc) from the earlier years to now. Interesting indeed. We listened to a group of young lads in a bar all building each other up and egging one another on before they ventured out into the red light district. With all the bravado, it was clear these boys were all Don ...
... free and organic products but they are hard to find
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