Princess Hotel Loosdrecht
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Went off to the local village market in Weesp near Sabines home. Of course we had to put Miss Powell in the bikes kiddy seat for a laugh. Sabine did not get to far with the extra baggage though. Cool little village & market with an amazing array of local produce. Had a great time buying things for dinner & trying the cheeses. Seriously good cheese here - they chop it off the big wheels for ...
Our overnight train ride from Munich to Amsterdam was the first time our kids had ever been in a "couchette" (sleeping cabin), and they were both giddy with excitement. We had been waiting in the Munich train station for the past four hours, so we were all eager to finally board our coach around 10:20pm. Sam Jackson and I shared one cabin while Catherine and Caroline shared the other. Both cabins were equipped with a set of bunk beds, a tiny shower, and a ...
After big breakfast we hired two bikes from the hotel. They were good quality, and we were off on our bike mission for the day. We headed to the Heineken brewery for the tour. Our maps were a bit basic and we had no firm idea we were going but that was part of the fun. We made a pretty good job of the map and made the 4km trip without to many wrong turns. The dedicated cycle lanes make it sooo easy and fun. The brewery tour was fantastic, ...
... topped it with butter and powdered sugar and a dollop of soft serve vanilla ice cream. Sharon thought it was good, but reminded us that she didn't really like a lot of sweets. That's OK, more for us!
Leaving the park we spotted the first famous person on this trip. Rumor Willis. Well, she's not really that famous, but her parents are. As we crossed the street, Grant fell behind and almost got smeared like jelly on the front of the tram that ...
... around the previous day really left us beat. But we had a city to explore! So we hopped on the ferry, got to Amsterdam Central, and bought a Holland-5 pass for each of us. The Holland-5 pass got us two museum admissions and 3 "attraction" admissions, plus a 24-hour ticket for the city tram. Our plan was to use the two museum admissions (symbolized as tulips on the pass tickets) on the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum, and one of the 3 ...