Mercure Hotel Den Haag Leidschendam
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... who had a pepperoni pizza. For dessert we all chose the Caramel Chew Chew Ben & Jerry's ice cream cup. Unlimited beverages were also included and you could choose wine, beer, juice or soda. The cruise departed and for the first 45 minutes we enjoyed the scenery from the boat looking up and down the canals. Then we docked to meet the pizza delivery guys who dropped off our food and dessert. We began our cruise again going down many different canals around Amsterdam it was ...
... eggs bene might be suitably plain, but as soon as I cut the egg, I knew I'd made a fatal error. I lay in the cabin (the motion seemed to be less lying down), nibbling on ginger, and eventually felt heaps better (but hungry!).
We were off on our first excursion to see the countryside, windmills and cheese making (now there's a surprise!) of Holland. It took ages to get organised - we were due to go at 10.30, but by the ...
... I soon stopped and put on my one piece rainsuit.
Onwards around the Edinburgh city bypass I head and finally onto the wonderful twisty A68 and head towards Galashields. As this is a rather busy A road I as usual turn off and start heading along the much more scenic and quiet B roads and am soon passing through the wonderful historic border town of Coldstream and finally over the border into England.
The weather has been quite nice so far ...
Sarina: Hello. Again we awoke early because honestly we are still living in the incorrect time zone and we never really adjusted Amsterdam life. We went and had the exact same delicious breakfast as the day before (yay food) and set off for Rembrandt's house. Seeing as we were staying in Rembrandt's square, it didn't take much to find the house and we found we were at least an hour early. After trying the doors for good measure we made our way around the block full ...
... on the way up. We explored the many interesting streets if Amsterdam by foot and tram including the famous red light district, the flower markets where they sell every possible bulb for flowering plants( mum would have a ball here!) , and also the newer suburbs where they have the houses designed to be able to move up and down as the tides dictate- fascinating! Remembering cannibis was legalised here in 1975, many people walk past smoking dope ( although I am told this is ...