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... restored Frisian home, as we by chance met the current owners in the local pub (!). Ironically, they have had it on the market for 3 years without a bite-- asking 300,000 Euros. They invited me to move back, as the town doctor left a couple of years ago, and no-one has replaced him yet -- Ha !
Later went to the old church of which my (Jeff's) Opa Dresselhuis was pastor from 1926-1947. We at first did not think we would be able to get in, as a funeral was about to start, but ...
... with my list and off in search of what makes Amsterdam tick. I first visit the Albert Cuyp Market located near the Heineken museum. Considered the largest street market in the Netherlands it had every characteristic you could possibly ask for, fresh fruit, vegetables, fish, flowers, plants, nuts, fabrics, clothing, leather, jewellery, and breads. Either side of the market were cafes and antiques furniture stores. I’ve decided to return later ...
... all getting very sad as we all knew the end was near. We had 2 free drinks each on the canal cruise and arrived at a Chinese restaurant for dinner. The Nederlands don't really have a type of food specific to their culture but have adopted many Chinese and middle eastern cuisines. So for our last meal together in Europe, we were having Chinese!
We got off the boat and were seated in the restaurant, the food was great, it was a buffet style so they bought many plates ...
... Ahhh the waft of mull on the breeze, love this town.
The jazz was a DJ, not that impressive. I wandered off and found a live polka band, drunks I think, they were good.
Back in the hostel and some bloke off his head on who knows what is outside yelling all sorts of **** and laughing like a nutter. Mr Garrison, drugs are bad m'kay.
Well that was stupid, I'm sun stroked again, and definitely getting a cold. The old ...
... train business seriously. We had to switch trains in Frankfurt, had moments of concern given the detailed timetables we were looking at during the trip – but change trains we did, this time at the Frankfurt airport with about 13 minutes between each. Got to Amsterdam's Centraal (correct spelling) and walked to our Chic and Basic hotel (real name…). Never seen anything like Amsterdam – the first thing one notices, inevitably are the bikes, here, there ...