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... and also serve other breakfast foods. I had a customized omelette, with salami, feta cheese and spinach. It was absolutely delicious! Every omelette is served with bread and salad, too. After eating, we met our friends at a dock on the canal, where we went on a canal tour of Amsterdam. Everything was so beautiful, even on a rainy day like today.
Afterwards, a few of us went to the Amsterdam Dungeon. It's pretty much an interactive haunted house that teaches you about the ...
... it was heading in the same direction and on the same track as the typical Amsterdam Central train. Oh well, I'll figure it out.
I did figure it out, and Amsterdam Central was not on the destination list. I was at least savvy enough to know which station I needed to get off at so that I could connect back to the train I had actually intended. So, at Sloterdijk I exit the train with a few other folks. I stopped for 30-seconds (to take a video for a ...
... way. The juniors section is awesome and creatively interactive. We left the museum exhausted.
We caught the ferry to the Heineken Experience stop. We went to a pub called Cafe Berkhout for lunch and reflected on the museum visit. After lunch we visited the Heineken Experience. This lightened our mood. The Heineken Experience provides historical information about the brewery and tries to connect with the audience on an emotional level. Which ...
... us were rearing to discover Amsterdam further.
The morning saw us aboard the usual canal tour vessel, traversing the canals of the city. While the lack of red lights was wonderful, it seems intersections can still create some mayhem, with a convex mirror adhered to a canal wall and three point turns a necessity at one. The beauty of the canals is even more evident from the water, with imagery such as ...
... to get over the night before.
After that we walked (because it is actually not a very big place) to Anne Frank's house. There were still so many bikes around, it was actually really weird and really cool. They were all over the roads and chained up to just about every lamp post or railing. The line for Anne Frank's was already quite long but we decided that there was no way we would be getting up any earlier to go there so we just delt with it. ...