Hampshire Hotel - Prinsengracht
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Woke at 8am after 5 hours sleep and enjoyed the usual breakfast before venturing to Zaanse Schans. Zaanse Schans is a neighbourhood of Zaandam near Zaandijk in the municipality of Zaanstad in the province of North Holland. It has a collection of well preserved historic windmills and houses.We caught Bus 91 at a small cost of 10 Euro for the 4 of us …
... a kindergarten next door, not a healthy mixture. Unfortunately we don't have many photos of this area as the girls abuse the tour guides if they see a flash go off. We viewed a brothel room, just a room with a bed nothing fancy, according to our guide the cost if or a service is €50 for 50 minutes. Our night ended at a "brown cafe" for a drink or two. After 220klms on the road and travelling rough 4 countries we were ready for our bed. GOEDE ...
... can’t sleep on a plane – even with a lay flat bed? Oh well….
We landed in Amsterdam, got our luggage and met our driver (thank you Amex Platinum). We arrived at the ship terminal and waited to check in. With the particulars of check-in complete we hit the ground running (on VERY little steam we soon discovered).
So…here we are in Amsterdam. Our flight attendant had given us a LOT ...
... a militia getting ready to move out. In 1939, the paining was removed from the frame, rolled up and stored in Radboud Castle to hide it from the Germans. This painting has had a hard life, being slashed by knives twice; once in 1911 and once in 1975. It also had acid sprayed on it in 1990. The Dutch have done a masterful job of saving and restoring the painting. The painting is so beloved, there is a cast iron status replica in Rembrandtplein. The Rijkmuseum ...
... friends. Today they took us to a nearby city where there was a cheese market. Really another nice city. All in all it feels very comfortable here with people I know so well - quite a change! I am so looking forward to spending hte next 2 and a half weeks with my crazy family.
The Girl with the Guitalele
PS things you should know: Amsterdam has more bikes than people. They eat so much cheese here. The people are ridiculously tall. Oh and I love it here :)