Princess Hotel Loosdrecht
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... to maintain - above even England and Spain - and this country has the least amount of people which means each tax payer is paying way more to the support of the royal family than in other countries. 32 million euros is what the royal family gets from tax payers annually. And most of the country seems ok with it, although not Amsterdam. :) I really like how Amsterdam is run, city government wise. They seem to very quickly go against the federal government decisions ...
... equipment" is a sort of treasure hunt. Exciting. I couldn't sleep last night and had the strangest dream of wandering in a big house where most of the people turned out to be people hunting you. But then we made a plan to gunshot all of them. Okay, enough dark thoughts. When I woke up I finally realised I was really heading to Copenhagen! Ah. Well, let's go let's ...
Kings Day in Amsterdam was amazing! It started unofficially last night and continued on the public holiday today. The inner city was closed to cars and trams so that the people could walk freely. The streets and canals were lined with flea markets and stalls of food/drink and orange clothing/accessories. Parks were filled with children (and their parents) ...
... I got a ham and cheese sandwich and dunked it in my soup. I needed that meal. That was the best comfort food I've had in a while. After dinner we walked though the carnival that was all lit up by now. We did some more shopping and looking around. That night I saw a guy walking around in wooden dutch clogs. No lie they were the real deal. They were so loud too when he walked in them. He looked really funny.
The next day was a busy one. We woke up early to get a ...
Amsterdam - 27 degrees ☀
So today was definitely a better morning, it was poisonless and we got a bit of a lie in. The hostel was cool, not as big as Brussels but a great location! We shared the dorm with some wicked ozzie girls and some quiet French dudes.
About 11 o'clock we headed along the canal for some freshly baked breakfast from the jewish district, Jordaan. I had the scone (boring food fact.) Next we head down to Anne Franks house. We had ...