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... in the harbor – fresh water fish near the surface and saltwater fish deeper. I got off the boat, and decided to walk around to find the flower market. However, as soon as I did, it started pouring. And then I got lost. I bought an umbrella, and tried to make the best of my map. It seemed that I would go the opposite direction of where I thought I needed to go, and that would be correct. The ...
... area with every kind of tulip, hyacinth and crocus you can imagine. As well as some sweet treats that we had to try out too! The Dutch Apple Pie was AMAZING!!! I thought my eyes were going to roll back into my head on that one! We explored the gardens for about 3 1/2 hours including climbing a windmill (only about 20 steps, so I had it easy today) to see out into the tulip fields. Let's just say I don't go speechless very often, but this ...
... Paul told the owner that it was definitely in his top 5 of pies. We will be visiting this place again for sure! Paul also bought a packet of double choc tim tams. Can't find them over here either! On to Jordan ... We kept riding over small bridges (the city has over one hundred canals) until we found ourselves on a wharf in the north overlooking a giant inlet. We thought we were on the coast, but further examination of the map suggested we were actually just at a ...
... Van Gogh picture "The Bedroom". She bought a print of it to hang in her room at home.
The kids went back to the hotel and Linda and I visited the Heineken Brewery and Museum. This was a blast. Heineken is clearly working to market the beer to the younger crowd. Linda and I were the oldest one there. The beer was really good too.
We head to London tomorrow.
... Following the rooms that take the audience through the process of creating the beer, and the way it changed throughout history. Many of the early stages allowed us to taste what the product was before completion, from the raw ingredients, to the malt & yeast that are blended with distilled water, to of course the final brewed liquid available to the public!
Our third day in Amsterdam saw us braving the bike lanes as we rode out into the country. ...