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Although 3 entries are all dated the same and the locations are identical it's not really 3 because something went funny last night and the text went weird and the blog would save or send so really this is number two today and not number three. I wish I could say I've sobered up a bit since the brewery tour but we had Greek food here at ...
... is actually below sea level, and is kept above ground with the use of their canal systems and used to be kept above the sea by the use of the famous Dutch windmills. The history of the city is actually quite interesting with all the different influences it had from being a massive trading centre, it never got stuck down with politics and religion, giving the basis for the very liberal lifestyle that they still enjoy today. Lee took us around the town, ...
... tour we where 8 meters below sea level! Oh and the cheese here is on another level! We went to this amazing farm that makes clogs and cheese - INCREDIBLE!! Anyways tomorrow is all about travelling to Berlin!! But in the meanwhile we shall be enjoying the 27 degrees and blue sky's for one more night ;) xxx Boy: hello all from sunny Amsterdam! Firstly can I say that I am having a memorable time and sporting a rather flashy amount of holiday stubble. Apologies for ...
We decided that today was going to be museum day so off to the Rijks Museum we went and saw a great variety of paintings, sculpture, models, weapons, amour and much more the best part of the day was spent there. Then some general browsing and off to find Anne Franks house. We had booked the tour ahead of time so we skipped the line and went straight in. The house was informative and we toured the actual rooms that the 8 people were hiding ...
... student demonstrations and then an organised underground publishing newspapers and running a massive forgery operation to alter papers for Jewish citizens and those threatened with imprisonment. Two hours went by very quickly! They also had a section concerning the opposition to the Japanese in Indonesia which was the Dutch East Indies at that time.
We returned to Kalverstraat and wandered through the pedestrian mall there joining the shopping crowds. We had lunch ...
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