Postillion Hotel Utrecht/Bunnik
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Today was all about Anne Frank, Pancakes, Beer and Lighting Displays. First stop for the day was Anne Frank's House and Museum. The weather in Amsterdam was shithouse, it drizzled all day, with no sign of the sun, plus very windy in places. We got a lil wet and cold on our way to Anne Frank's House and Museum. This place was amazing. The set out of the museum was great, with easy to read and view displays, short videos that helped ...
... walking and bicycles, friendliness, history side by side with much that is modern. J We'll first have to survive this trip before planning the next. I now know why you see so many people holding hands or walking arm in arm. It has nothing to do with affection- it's a safety thing! If the bikes don't get ya the cobblestones will. Seriously, at least in Asia you can hear them coming - here not so much - no motors. My favorite today was the canal tour - great way to see a city. ...
... on and now has lines around the block. What a legacy that he could not see on his time on earth... My walk back was much longer than expected or than I would have liked, but I made it...tomorrow my adventure with Backroads starts. All I can say is that I hope that we go to more open roads and that all of our time will not be spent navigating the city streets; but I have a feeling this will be part of the adventure - safe biking...I will let you know how it ...
... and "magic mushroom stores" lined all the streets. Although the practices are illegal in the rest of the world, Amsterdam tolerates it because they recognize the fact that it is going to happen anyway. If it's legal, it can be regulated. That is why there are over 5,000 registered women for the area, but they are free-lancers, get health insurance, and even have a workers' union! Ironically in the middle of the sinful area is a church. It ...
... samples and we finally walked away with some truffled Gouda. Speaking of which - Gouda isn't a place that cheese was or is made. It was just the market town for the cheeses. Also, it doesn't refer to a specific type of cheese, but rather to the typical shape. How about that? Although we broke with our tradition of actually getting caught in the rain, we did not break with our tradition of playing slap every day in every country. This will end up being the slap tour of ...