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... was the precursor to gin, and even received a cocktail and two tastings with the exploration of the museum— we tried yoghurt liquor (strange, I know, but delicious), honey liquor, amour parfait liquor (Rose-flavored I believe?), and barrel-aged genever. As well as the Original Collins cocktail and something really spicy with chili.
When we were done there, we made a quick stop for shwarma on the street before hitting our second bar of the ...
... as he was wearing a wig and glass's as well as his face covered in shaving cream he thinks he's safe from being recognised.
We had a special day together today seeing it was the last day, enjoyed some Dutch croquets, they still taste the same as what I remembered. They had some on the ship one day and I kept going back for more, they were a different shape, but nevertheless tasted the same.
... its all ok.
Amsterdam is hilarious. We found a park and decided to catch a canal boat around. A bit like Venice - minus the gondolas. I wasn't expecting that. Its a beautiful day and the sun is shining. We also want to check out Anne Frank's house, and maybe a museum or two.
There are (I found out on the canal boat ride) over 555 000 bicycles in this city and an average of 10 000 get stolen each year. Its ******* nuts. There are bike lanes everywhere -- ...
... the Frank and Van Pels families lived before the Nazis discovered them and transferred them to death camps.
After our visit at Anne Frank House we went to see several other sites associated with the Jewish experiences in Amsterdam before and during the Nazi Occupation.
The students were able to see inside a 400 year ...
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The Netherlands are famous for their wooden clogs, windmills and cheese. So in the spirit of all things Dutch, we set out to embrace the old traditions, only a ...