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... locks. How they started a thriving wine industry by growing grapevines in a vertical fashion in its steep hills. We have also seen the depths of human nature in the battlefields, during the medieval times which was known as the Holy Roman Empire, when the Pope had a hold on the people thru his collaboration with local kings and emperors. as well as during the collaboration of ...
... in a bit of their day. We rested for a little bit, and then made our way along the canals to find some dinner. After dinner, we went home via a supermarket to buy some cheeses and beer, to consume when we got home that night and have a relaxing night in, where we could also start to get our bags ready because we're heading off tomorrow. Wow, we discovered that buying beer at the supermarket is ridiculously cheap, like less than 1€ for a half litre ...
... First things first the bike situation in Amsterdam is the complete opposite of Australia. Bikes have the right of way and cars, trams and pedestrians all have to stay out of biker’s way. We were pretty much a bikie gang and people knew we meant business. The bikes were extremely easy to ride which is helped by the fact that they only have one hill in Amsterdam and it was man made and called "The Hill". The tour around the city was interesting considering the buildings ...
... wall and a big sign that read "Cobra Shop". I immediately started thinking about the movie "Dodge Ball". Ben Stiller's team was called the "Purple Cobras" which is for sure some kind of penis joke that the Urban Dictionary could likely illuminate. Yes, it does... I'm chuckling as I type after reading the definition in the Urban Dictionary... At any rate, back to the bathroom. To my great surprise the "Cobra Shop" was indeed a public bathroom but you can't use it for free! You have ...
... at the end of the day so adjourned back to the B&B for a well earned sleep. Just a quick note, Amsterdam doesn't seem to sleep, especially at this time of the year when is it light at 5 in the morning and it doesn't start getting dark until after 10pm, there is always people out in our street, and it doesn't really get dark, just darkish! Anyway, that was our Friday, extremely enjoyable and Gezellig! Tomorrow we are off to Enkhuizen, dad's home town. Tot ziens for ...
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