Hampshire Hotel - Prinsengracht
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... to grind limestone that would be used to make pigments for textiles and art supplies. The presentation by the miller was very informative, and Paul climbed the steep ladder to the top. To be truthful, it wasn't very high, but it was indeed steep. A little voice told me that if I can't handle walking on cobblestone, I pretty much better stay away from a steep ladder with less than 6 inch rungs. In spite of the fact that we have seen windmills ...
... of shops. We walked at least a mile with the tour guide and finally gave that up because Mom just could not keep up, and it would have been impossible for the wheel chair which we did not even bring along. So we separated from the group and finished out the tour on our own. Thought we would never get back to the parked bus. We survived it and at the next town, I hoofed it and took lots of pictures for Mom to see from her vantage point on ...
... 8364;14 close boat tour. When we reached the boarding point, we were directed to a boat with 30 people. I couldn't help asking the Captain - 'Is this what you call small?'Food
I am not much of a foodie but yes my German friend introduced to few Dutch sweets - the stroopwafel and the Gevulde Koeken (an almond cookie but extremely soft). We also had the Frikaandel Speciaal with the side sauces, quite nice i would say! Our most expensive dinner was at this Indonesian ...
... went to pay, the check out clerk said that she had items from two different floors and had to pay for her salad downstairs. You have got to be kidding me? But the clerk was nice and took pity and let her pay all in one place, thank goodness.
After lunch, we continued our walk, finally landing at the Rijksmuseum. We love how a lot of the names here look like eye charts. The Rijksmuseum housed the "Dutch Masters": Rembrandt, ...
... the biking lane! Now I know!! We got to see the staircase and original rooms of the house. The attic where they hid for several years! Gary had read the book before we left and he was glad he did! Took the canal cruise and saw back canals and streets. So many people live on the canals -- their boats are not wonderful and most need a lot of work. It would be prettier without them but that is part of the charm! Had dinner at a Chinese place. S&D hated ...