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... set of stairs leading upwards within easy reach of our position.
Not 5 seconds later, the first 2 gypsies enter the room; I trip them with the rope and dispatch them with a spanner. 2 down; 3 to go, plus the pale man. Seeing their error, the remaining gypsies hesitate, confused anew by the loud clanging. When the next gypsy enters the room, more warily, I drop him with a left jab/right hook combo, and finish him with a spanner. 3 down; 2 to go. Working quickly, ...
... Small and cosy with a great selection of both local and imported beers and we really enjoyed the local coffeshop. Compared to some of the coffeeshops in Amsetrdam this one was very much a local place. It was like a local club for stoners. Nice and comfy inside, a couple of well looked after pool tables and although the menu was fairly basic the smoke was very good quality and around half the price of Amsterdam. Safe to say a very pleasant night ...
... of a chance to do museums and the like. We were able to go into the Old and New Churches (as usual in Europe, if something is called the "New Such-and-Such" that means it dates back to the time when there were only two such things in town; see, for example, the Old-New Synagogue in Prague. The New Church in Delft was completed in 1496), but unfortunately we got to the New Church too late to go up the Tower. ...
Day Five Sunday, May 18, 2014 Zaanse Schans and Amsterdam
A little late start this morning and off to Amsterdam to take the bus to Zaan Schaan (this is the Disney World of windmills). We were delayed at the Centraal Station in Amsterdam because of construction at the station and our searching for the location of the buses – we walked around the entire station before finding them right in front – oh ...
... next door to Vermeer's childhood house. The weather was starting to clear up and the fog was lifting, and all in all, it was rather a pleasant experience. After realizing that since I'd paid to go to Delft, I should probably do some sightseeing, I spent a pleasant couple of hours just wandering up and down what was probably each and every street in town. I saw the church where Vermeer is buried, but wasn't able to go inside because I ...