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... nervous in cars now, especially in Europe and these guys didn't help!!
Now to the good stuff. We decided to book some tours - an historical walking tour, a tour of the red light district and a day trip out of Amsterdam to see windmills, clog making and Edam - where the cheese is named after, but not where it's made.
We had a very interesting guide for the walking tour. He explained to us that there were ...
... they don't really have room for a suburban fringe, which makes sense given how many live in such a small area. The immediate impression is water, water, everywhere. Small canals into medium canals into bigger canals, there were also several spots where livestock appeared to be stranded on islands, but they were looking plump and happy so can't have been bothered with the isolation.
The first stop was for windmills, which mushroomed in the 17th century. In ...
... French!! (oh yeh Grandma made it to NZ after her five week trip to Zimbabwe and Botswana!!)
The next day we pretty much got up, went back to Amsterdam on the train and had to make it back to the airport for a mid afternoon flight back to London!
Thats about all from Amsterdam - this has taught me that I need to do these things more regularly so that I don't forget what we did etc!!
Lots of love, Graeme & Hannah!
... low and behold we found the IJ-Hallen Flea Markets, which are a market held every month in a very old warehouse formally used for NDSM ship building, over the other side of the harbour - with over 700 stalls. Perfect! Elle needs a raincoat and Paul and I both need gumboots. We were getting a little sick of having wet shoes every single day, especially in the cold weather. A perfect recipe for a cold. So after a delicious home cooked breakfast of mushrooms, spinach and olives ...
... club for about an hour and then moved onto our final destination for the night, we went to another club and there was just our contiki tour there, we were all still dancing and drinking and having such a good time, a spice girls song even came on and a few of us girls got up by the DJ and really got into it, I can't help myself when Spice girls comes on! A few of us called it a night around 1, we were again hoping to get back in time for the cheese toasties, but too ...
TripAdvisor Reviews PC Hooft Hotel Amsterdam
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