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... the road making it even more of a challenge! But it is great and the way we should live and commute in cities. Our cities that are built around the car just don't feel right. Cats. There seems to be cats roaming around in most places, especially Amsterdam, but also when we were in Volendam. Haven't met an unfriendly cat since Ive been here. Reminds us of Oscar, we miss him, hope he is enjoying his time at chateau de cat in Berri. A real buzz while ...
... windmill that they have erected at Keukenhof. I stood up there for ages gazing out over the flower fields and watching the tractors at work. They also had a massive pile of what looked like industrial waste. I was quite surprised that this would blot such a beautiful landscape. I later found out that it wasn't industrial waste after all. Actually, it was the big compost heaps that they use at Keukenhof. At the end of each season, all the garden waste and old bulbs are ...
... tour/sex show. We walked around the corner to grab a bite to eat for dinner and then walked back. As a group we all walked to the red light district, stopping along the way for a few fun facts about the town. We saw some real live hookers in the windows. And then it was time for our sex show. 75% of the women looked like they used to be men, but they definitely had the lady parts. It was very funny/confronting/strange to watch. One act was like a live porno :/ the others generally ...
... got a bit lost trying to get out. Getting the train from the airport to Amsterdam central was easy and then finding our accommodation quickly we were off to explore. After a lot of walking we had some lunch and headed to the Amsterdam Museum. This was great as neither of us knew a lot about the city. Dying to have a look around the Red Light district. We headed out for some dinner and a walk. After a ...
... exhibits various items related to the history of Amsterdam, from the Middle Ages to the present time. Many of the original furnishings of the city orphanage are on display, as are artifacts relating to the Rasp house, the former house of correction in Amsterdam where the prisoners were forced to rasp wood to make sawdust.
I was then in for quite a trip when I visited none other than ...
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