Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven
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... of her to say we would be in Amsterdam and Marlose took the train in to meet us. She is super nice and helped explain the mystery of why people call the country the Netherlands and Holland. The country is officially the Netherlands and there are two provinces called North Holland and South Holland. All of the big cities and things are located in these two provinces so the Dutch tend to say they are from Holland, because most of ...
... veggies and potato pads Dessert: raspberry sorbet. Bob had the same except for the dessert. He opted for the chocolate mousse! Seems like they're going to keep us busy, if we want, on this cruise. Daily excursions are all included in the price. Tomorrow we'll be at Kinderdijk where the historic windmills are located.
And, OH...I finally added a few pictures to the last couple entries. Hope you go back and look.
We had an easy start to the day....our train isn't until 12.20pm today, so we enjoyed a nice sleep in and got to the train station pretty early.
The didn't take long at all. We were there in about 3 hours...most of the time was just in stops too haha.
we had Sussed out where the B&B was last time we were here, so the trip was easy. Only a short 5 min walk from the main ...
... and a place for that sort of thing and this probably isn’t the best for that. After we left we head off for the red light district (complete polar opposites really) which is one of those places that doesn’t need a sign to show when your there or where to go. Follow the masses flocking to and from the center of town and you will reach it. We saw one woman who literally couldn’t stand up and was being helped home by her friends (at least we hope they were) and ...
... and how long it takes...amazing. The small Dutch country was a world power since they had harnessed the wind long before others. It made them great ship builders. Technology changed that for them.
We went to Zaanse Schans to see working windmills. There are only 1000 of 30000 windmills remaining. There is a large effort to save them. We visited the last remaining commercial sawmill in the world under the power of a windmill. We had a Dutch ...