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... we made our way into Amsterdam city and had some free time. Jordan and I were again just happy to walk and see the sites and enjoy the city. We made our way to the opposite side of the city where the ' I AMsterdam' sign was and did the normal tourist shot there. Although it was incredibly hard with the hundreds of other tourists wanting to do the same thing. We walked through the flower markets, over all the canals and had lunch at a famous chip shop where they out ...
... moving and we realised there was a gap in the window.
Eric went to reception to ask if they could do anything and they gave us an
upgraded room. It was smaller, but had a double bed, instead of two singles
pushed together and would have had canal views if there hadn’t been scaffolding
in the way. So we were nice and warm in our new room J Glad we stayed at a hotel instead of a hostel, which would have cost
roughly the same if we had chosen to have a private ...
... misses for collisions were observed
At the end of the cruise, back to Central Station to find a bus company called EBS to buy tickets for a bus trip tomorrow to the Waterlands to the north of Amsterdam and the small harbours of Marken, Volendam and Edam. An expensive day out at 10 Euro for all day travel !! Bargain ! We also had to buy a ticket on the Marken Express ferry at 7.50 Euro one way to link Marken with Volendam.
Finally for the ...
Again, I feel I am remiss in not adding blog content earlier than this. There has been time but I must admit to spending downtime relaxing instead of writing. My apologies dear reader and will work at getting this up to date over the next week or so.
My thanks to those who have emailed responses to the blogs and apologies also for not acknowledging them before this. It is so good to get emails from home as comments to the blog or ...
... The cafes were all closing so we headed to a Nacht Bar in Tom's neighborhood. It was a shoddy little dive of a place with blessedly cheap drinks (finally!) and a blues band. The lead guitarist hopped off the stage at one point and grabbed my hand. He positioned my pointer finger like a pick and went to town on his guitar. Later on outside the bar he finished his whiskey and tossed the glass high in the air for someone to catch and it shattered on the ground.