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... styles and different shapes and sizes. Next you watched a man, making the clogs, and going through the whole process. Seems like pretty hard labour to me! When he finished it looked amazing, and it only took less than five minutes to do it! We moved on to a souvenir shop, with hundreds of clogs on for sale, all of them carved and decorated from this factory. I also found a badge hidden away in the shop. This was all we had time for, so we hopped back on the bus, and headed for ...
We got here by the fast train Eurostar. It was a change from flying, in that Mark had a lot more leg room, and we could walk around as we wanted. The whole journey only took 4.5 hours, which is the same amount of time to fly, if you take into account the 2-3 hours before the flight you have to be at the airport, and the time taken to get your luggage & go through visa clearance. We are staying a a small suburb of Amsterdam called Halfweg, because it is close to the ...
... quotes from Anne's diary are painted on the walls representing her thoughts and feelings while in hiding. However, there is a silver lining to this story. Anne wanted to be remembered and famous. She wrote about this in her diary and talked about it with her family. With the publication of her diary, she has become and icon and her story world famous. The rest of the day was more upbeat and light compared to the morning. We went to the floating tulip market and saw ...
... in your room. It was like 8euro a day for basic wifi in your room. So after a short wait, our room was ready, when we got in our room, we found out the lobby wifi is still working! Woohoo free wifi, but not the best wifi as it is only for general internet surfing. By this time, our stomachs were making weird noises, time to find some lunch, we had a walk around, got chased by a weird dude trying to scab money, then ...
... there. It's full of beautiful Blue Delft ceramics, some as much as €2000. Mom picks out a few things she likes, the lady packs them for us and we head out to explore the town. This time of year is not their big tourist season here.
It's cold while we wait for the bus to return to the train station but some guy on the street tells us it's another hour to wait and we should just walk. 10 minutes, he says. We walk but it's a mile and 30 minutes for ...
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