Hotel De Munck
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... like child's play! And for those that can't handle cyclist, maybe Amsterdam isn't for you. The traffic would have to be the only down fall, I no joke nearly got hit by a tram twice, mostly because I had a huge hood on and couldn't see on either side of me unless I moved my whole body.. I legit had people throwing me back saving my life, scary stuff. After the bike ride we wondered the streets of Amsterdam, getting lost but admiring all to see. Went ...
... it on the cheese front. There are cheese shops everywhere, with cubed offerings for the tourists to try and I ventured into several in succession one afternoon, though I became choosy and only went for the ones with cocktail sticks, having watched a group of young lads maul a bowl full of pieces with their hands just before I got there... I didn't like to contemplate where their hands might have been... The tasting lesson was at the ...
Before breakfast, David and I were back in the Jordaan District to photograph the reflection in the canals before all the "traffic".
Our mornings begin with meeting Paul and Cindy in the breakfast room and discussing the day ahead. This morning we decided it would be a good day to explore the famed canals of Amsterdam. The hard part was deciding which company, how long, and what other activities could we incorporate in with canal cruising! A quick ...
... why I was screaming. Uh Toby the real question is why didn't you come rescue me!
Anyway besides the toilet drama the museum was phenomenal. There were so many photos, letters, stories and artifacts from when Holland was occupied by Nazi Germany. Before you explore the museum you watch a short introduction which shows 3 people's stories and their response to the Nazi occupation; 1. Adjust 2. Collaborate 3. Resist. The brief film gets ...
... a day.
We looked at some more souviner stores before deciding on a pizza place for dinner. Afterwards we had a beer at the Irish pub, and then did a quick lap of the red light district before bed - it's always entertaining seeing the sights through there.
we don't have much planned tomorrow at all...no doubt sleep in and see what happens.
Andrea and Gary