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We have now left the Rhine and are now on the Main (pr Marne) Canal. This Main Canal is of relatively recent construction and is actually the key to our being able to travel by river from Amsterdam to Budapest. The boat is obviously going through more challenging terrain because we are constantly going through locks. ('There will be 68 in total by the time we reach to Budapest and we will get as high as 1400 ft before going down the other side. Impressive). The boat is on a very ...
... rob has a wild streak because he let the kids drive (not allowed) and going very fast (also not allowed) all the while looking out for the police boat to start chasing us! But luckily, we got away with it! We went over to Amsterdam north, where we saw a crane made into a hotel with hot tub on top (boys say we are staying there next time), and the Botel, which is a boat made into a hotel. You can also sleep in the letters BOTEL at the top! This apparently will ...
... again (especially for Gail, after the hire company delivered a replacement bike). Lots of exercise, lots of eating, lots of beer and wine. Late nights, early mornings, plenty of laughs, and magnificent scenery. The weather was absolutely fantastic every day - in fact too hot really, which was the last thing we were expecting. Yesterday it reached about 37 degrees! And of course nothing is air-conditioned, or if it is, the system can't cope. We ...
... I had been nervous about doing this alone as they always seemed to be packed with groups or guys just sitting around outside. We went to the original coffee shop, the bulldog, and sampled some "herbal blend" (sorry dad but when in Amsterdam). After that we had some dinner and I headed back to my hotel for a good nights sleep before the Anne Frank house. Next day up bright and early to get the tram, accidentally didn't pay because I couldn't figure out how. Got to the Anne frank ...
Woke up this morning to a blue sky and sunshine! Woohooo...I was super excited about this and ready to take on the day. The first place I went this lovely morning was the cafe right next door to Elizabeth's apartment where I enjoyed a cappuccino and a delicious ham and cheese omelette with some soothing classical music playing in the background. My meal was meticulously prepared by a very sweet older gentlemen who seemed to fancy my presence and tried ...
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