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... wine can ( Whaaaaaaat! Didn’t know that was a thing) for Briony, which we crack open as we hit the forest and ride through the manmade forest. The forest was huge and being man made everything had to be shipped in from all surrounding areas. After the tour we set ourselves up in the Vondel Park and had some of our delicious cheese whilst watching people ride by and homeless people drink themselves silly.
During the tour we made a friend who would accompany us to the ...
68 degrees - 5:37 am/9:39 pm
On Friday, August 1st, Dee and Keith drove us to the airport for our 1:34 pm Delta flight from Portland to Amsterdam. We arrived at the Schiphol Airport, after 10 hours, on Saturday, August 2nd at 8:30 am. They served us dinner, a snack and breakfast. There is a nine hour time difference.
After collecting our bags, walking through customs and meeting our Holland American Representative, ...
... br> Our half-way point (we rode for a total of 22km) was a small farm where the family has been making cheese for eight generations. We got a brief tour, learning about the making of gouda and trying some samples. They also make clogs. The man who demonstrated the clog-making (by actually making a clog in less than five minutes) was quite the character, and even knew a smattering of Polish. He was also very quirky in terms of how ...
... rate for a romantic 15 minute "su&% and fu*&%" (with condom) is €50! There are also signs for sex shows everywhere. From what we heard the shows are a bit more full on than even the one we saw in Patpong in Bangkok with vaginal muscle demonstrations, lesbian 69s and real live sex!! We decided to save the €40 pp to spend on other things!
Fluorescent art and light museum
We did decide to go to one museum in Amsterdam called ...
... A quote by Otto Frank near the end of the museum summed it all up for me, "To build a future you have to know the past", such powerful and truthful quote.
After this museum I decided to call it a day. I stopped at a grocery store on my way back to my accommodation and bought some food for dinner and an adorable mini can of coke that was too cute too pass up. I'm off to bed now, have a nice day all of you in a different time zone than me.