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... 165 canals
- 5.5 meters below sea level
- windmills help maintain water levels
- was founded as a fishing village in the 12th century
- 300 "coffee shops" that don't sell coffee
- have to get coffee in cafes
- red light district
> workers are in a trade union
>they are eligible for welfare
>they pay taxes
We enjoyed our last day in London with a beautiful morning on St Katherine's Dock which overlooks The Tower of London and is the mooring place for many privately owned yachts. We had a delicious brunch at a little French a Restaurant, checked out the Tower and bridge before joining a cruise down the Thames. The commentator was very entertaining and very informative. We then headed for Florence Nightingale Museum which was a real treat. One of the highlights was ...
Hello hello Another cool day in Amsterdam. This place is really growing on us. The first half of today was spent looking up places for the three of us to stay from tomorrow night. Unfortunately and for some reason Amsterdam is exceptionally busy at the moment. Maybe it always is? Anyway it was tough to find accommodation for 5 nights which wasn't in a seedy bar in the red light district. It was also the time to look for accommodation too because on ...
... we sort of wandered around the city. Amsterdam really is an amazing city… if it weren’t for the whole Dutch language being extremely difficult thing, I would totally be okay with living there someday.
Amsterdam: land of Heineken, cats, marijuana, bikes, canals and prostitutes. Now I like 4 out of those 6 things, so this stop on our trip was a glorious time. I’ll start from the beginning though:
The Hans ...
... audio & visual displays throughout, probably a bit more focussed on the younger generation than Guinness. Anyway at the end you get 2 glasses Heineken each (already had one during the tour), & a little gift as you exit. As you can imagine Kaye did not have much of her beers, & you just can’t waste that stuff.
We walk back into the CBD to investigate new areas we had not visited ...