Hotel Restaurant 't Veerhuis
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... to the cycle paths it seems. We arrived at Tobias and Dosia's house (Dosia is an old friend of my mother) as two scruffy, sweaty guys who probably looked very out of place. Apparently our bikes would last half a night if left outside so all was brought inside. We were here! After a filling meal we headed on more traditional bikes towards the centre and Sail Amsterdam. Funnily enough our stay happened to overlap with a festival that occurs every five years. I think ...
... continually, which is sad because at the same time students do not have the facilities to ride safely to school whether that school is nearby or further away.But I am encouraged that Detroit Public Schools can have hundreds of bikes parked outside like the schools here if only we put forth the effort and remember the benefits!
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... and an amazing church that had its bells ringing constantly. Weather is sunny a cool breeze but sun is warm on us. We get on the train and travel along the canal to Schipol we get out and as we are early Alfs thoughts are still in coffee mode and another cup of bad coffee. Had the experience of viewing a Eco toilet for men, just out in the open point and shoot, Alf went into a cubicle as no one was around and he didn't realise what they were until ...
... driving the full length and breadth of the park over the next 10 minutes serves to confirm our worst fears - there is no large gathering to be seen )-: However, there ARE a lot of pedestrians and cyclists, looking somewhat perplexed as I dart around them. And then there is, finally, one other car to be seen, coming towards us, and then, cutting me off and stopping right in front of me - the nerve ! Whoops, it's a policeman, wondering how in the world I got into the ...
... the view. Half an hour later we were docking at Marken where again we got up close to the homes as we made our way to a traditional clog maker. He demonstrated how clogs are made (the machines are now 80 years old). Fascinating! Then it was time to board the bus again and head back to Amsterdam, where we arrived at 2:30pm. I caught the 2:52pm train back to Utrecht. Met up with Don and some of his colleagues for a drink and later shared a Chinese meal ...