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... bewildering number of types waistline might suffer if I stay here too long!.
Sabine & Gerrit-Jan left us to pick up the kids so we stayed in town & had a wander through the red light district. Pretty tame in daylight - a few girls in their windows (most smoking), lots of "cafés" with some pretty strong aromas of weed floating about.& some amusingly munted ...
After the museum we were fair tired so went home for some ice cream and a nap- was lovely to take a nap, watch some actual television and then leisurely get ready to go out.
We were recommended this great meat restaurant in the centre of town so we went there and had giant ribs, fries, garlic bread and watermelon and feta salad! It was like the most amazing food I have had since leaving home!! My mouth waters at ...
... so I decided to give it a shot. They give you a wristband for the tour with two free beer tokens and a token for a free gift. The self guided tour was well done and the history of Heineken was pretty cool. At the end you get a free beer and then two more in the bar. After Heineken I took the shuttle back to the hotel to grab my bags and head to the train station for my train to Bruges. The train was around 4 hours and I arrived ...
... and the building we reluctantly left for Amsterdam. We stopped at Burger King to eat, paid .50 Euros to use the restroom, ate some delicious Dutch waffle cookies, a Bueno bar, and were on our way. We decided we had just enough time to visit the Anne Frank museum before Nan and Toots had to catch their ferry. When we arrived, however, we discovered the line was a mile long! So we decided to call this day, "Things we would do if we could". Nan spotted a great ...