Hotel Restaurant Boschlust
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... making this a very safe form of transport.
Our first stop was Durgerdam, a watersedge village with charm and character. Bruces coffee arrived within 30 seconds, which always leads to suspicion, and of course, we saw later the machine where buttons had been pushed to generate this liquid. Not good. We should have known better, as the waitress didn't know what a flat white was. There was probably not a button on the machine for that.
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We caught a bus out to the traditional fishing village of Volendam. After a wander through the depths of a hardware store and the successful purchase of a chopping board, we made it to the quayside. I should maybe point out that the chopping board purchase was not because one of our party had a peculiar taste in souvenirs, but rather because the challenge of cooking for ten with limited facilities had led to the plastic chopping board from ...
... a baguette, cheese, yoghurt, and local figs from a tree outside our door ( yes we forage anywhere). Without a fridge in the room, we used the windowsill overnight. Must have looked a treat, if anyone was looking. Packed and had a final coffee & tea in the salon, then hit the road to Paris' northern station (where it all began). Some trip, but Tom Tom got us there; ...
... most working windmills grind grain, oil, spices, or other industrial products. We visited a cheese factory in Volendam and a wooden clog factory in Marken - all a bit touristy but interesting nevertheless. Now we are at the Schiphol airport waiting for our flight to Stockholm. Interesting fact for those of you planning to visit Amsterdam ...the Koffee houses serve coffee whereas the Coffee houses serve hashish (potent marijuana). Good to know the ...
... Purmerend is a commuter town, as many of its residents work, go to school and/or spend their leisure time in Amsterdam.
Just at border of Monnickendam, we stopped at Henry Willig's Jacob Hoeve, where cheese is produced. The front store has a small demonstration area where a women in traditional costume explains how cheese is made. We then went into the ...