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... history as we passed certain spots. I hadn't seen a tour like that before and thought it was a clever idea. We started off at a windmill factory called Zaanse Schans in the Netherlands countryside. Apparently the land used to hold a crazy about of windmills, but they are becoming less and less as the years go on. A big reason the Dutch used to have so much power and wealth is from the Windmill use in many industries. The factory we went to ...
Had a bit of a lie in today getting up at 10, didn't miss much though and still got a lot done. We walked up to the I AMSTERDAM sign which was in an amazing setting with loads of museums and parks around it and just felt amazing in the hot weather. We sat in some gardens next a water fountain for agers watching kids run in and out of the fountain dragging parents through it. We're thinking of going back ...
... language barrier is a hindrance) and discovered the next available tour was a 2 hour wait. We found a furniture shopping centre to wonder about in whilst we waited and stopped for a coffee before heading back to the stadium at 4.30pm. The tour was very interesting as I didn't know that Ajax had been a very successful team back in the 70's. It was also interesting to learn that they had won 33 league titles with the closest competitor winning 4. After the tour, we ...
We have had a ball today! We went to the Alkmaar cheese market. Alkmaar is a half hour train trip out of Amsterdam, and cheese markets have been held here since the sixteenth century. It is an event steeped in tradition, and is a pure delight to see. Every Friday hundreds, or maybe thousands of tourists roll up to watch it. Despite this fact, it is an actual working market, and the traditions of centuries are observed. There are a number of designated roles, and everyone ...
... and decided to just sit and enjoy the scenery at the lively Sunday night skate rink in Museumplein. After our lovely little dinner, we went by Albert Heijn to stock up on groceries (and a few treats) for the week. I had visions of Rasta & I making a delicious batch of Lulu's Marinara Sauce to allow us to have some tasty meals at home this week and yummy leftovers for Elizabeth's refrigerator. It's ...