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... the local syrup waffles that are a specialty of the area as well as any tasters that we saw along the way. We jumped on board a pub crawl that night which was quite good. We went to three different venues where we chatted with people from all over the world, indulged in the free shots that were included with the price and enjoyed some of the things that we'd bought at the coffee shop the day earlier - 'twas fun. The next morning we checked out of our hostel ...
... houses obviously subject to a building code to ensure there is uniformity in design and building materials. Significant roof angles to handle snow in winter.
From Marken, we took the "Marken Express" - a small vessel that plies between Marken and Volendam, taking about half an hour for the trip - 7.50 Euro one way per person. Very smooth and serene.
The dock area and surrounding space in Volendam reminded us greatly of an English ...
Today I walked from Nieuwmarkt to Bloemenmarkt. I rode the metro into town and got off at Nieuwmarkt. As soon as I got above ground the clouds opened and it started pouring! Still, I started walking, determined to wander and see where I ended up.
What I can say for sure is that Amsterdam is not a place to bring young children unless you want to have some very uncomfortable conversations. Amsterdam wears its "underbelly" ...
Amsterdam day 4: After two days of rain we awoke to blue skies and a lovely 27 degree day. Perfect day for a countryside bike ride. We made our way by tram to Mike's Bikes for the 4 hour country ride. We were a little unnerved to see about four groups of Top Deck Tour 'young adults' returning from city bike rides with stories to each other along the lines of "OMG we defs got lost at the Anne Frank house stop" or "what the hell is with the locals on their bikes? One nearly rode on ...
... wasn't much in Arnhem at all, although in the 2 minutes we drove through we did see a woman waiting to cross at a traffic light with a pony and an old man on an electric scooter going down the dual carriageway.
It didn't take us long to get to Amsterdam, and the campsite we had chosen to stay at was very close to the city (reachable by boarding a 5 minute free ferry). Amsterdam is a very interesting city; although it does have quite a bad reputation for ...