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... at the sight of the new NS prices, so I decided not to look at the screen of the OV-chipkaartmachine and hope that my bank account could take the hit.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to The Netherlands
So, what did I learn about The Netherlands from my semi-outsider point of view?
> Fireworks are really loud in Amsterdam, probably because the narrow streets and the tall buildings. And it's also pretty scary to walk around on the ...
... it from his jaws. Adds flavour I guess!
As it is near to Easter, the villagers have decorated the outside of their houses with painted eggs and Easter bunnies.
We explore the remains of the castle high above the village, imagining the Lords and Ladies living here while the peasants reside in the houses below before taking tea in the sunshine back at Chez ...
... different countries, that is over 6 banks per square mile. Despite a third of the country being arable farmland, banking and finance rule the roost here; tourism comes way down the list.
Having said that, top of our list was Vianden, a town that does rely on tourism for its income. Although not raining, it was pretty cloudy as we made our way down the long hill into Vianden. As we rounded a left hand corner, the chateau or castle ...
... unexpected views. Despite raining the entire time in the country/city it still looked so beautiful, with massive cliffs and greenery, whilst from our hotel room in the Hilton Hotel we could see the forest covered in clouds!
I would highly recommend a weekend visit ...
... and neither was easy to start. The smaller of the two smoldered for a long time before bursting into flame. While the larger one took multiple attempts to light. Neither Joe nor I was actually watching by the time the big one caught, so we're not sure what they did to finally get it going. Both of the kids were more interested in the giant torches and playing "can't catch me" to pay attention to the difficult lighting. They ...