Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven
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... in every other European country I visited. I guess they prefer smoking other things. ;) The Netherlands is a nation proud of tolerance. Sure weed and prostitution are legal, but they are also very LGBTQ friendly. A country ahead of the times. Here are a few things we did, ate, saw, or learned that are worth mentioning: -Dutch people are really freaking tall and thin -stayed in a really cool green friendly hostel called Ecomama -Got dinner and drinks with our Canadian ...
... in our room was bliss, the bed was so comfy, like a cloud, that we basically sunk into it and that was nearly it for the rest of the day! However, we both agreed that we had to go out and make something of the day, or night, rather. We went out for a couple of drinks but in all honesty, it was so busy and crowded and we were both drained from the day that a couple of drinks was all it took to make me say "i need to go back to the room". And off we went.
The next day ...
... too full!
We grabbed a bite to eat for dinner and decided to head back to the hotel. Poor Brooke had taken about 48 hours of buses, trains and planes to try and get to Amsterdam with a bike. Thanks to a train strike and some confusion about which buses were allowed bikes it had been quite the ordeal for Brooke to get across Europe. I was also still pooped from a night shift the night before so we thought an early night was a wise choice!
... Oost - directions abound Pick a level, learn some stuff Find a toilet, have a fluff Well presented, clean and proper All in all a Museum showstopper *now back to the old tune* Above many doors is a glowing red light Through the glass girls pose scantily clad When the curtains are closed, then sure everyone one knows And it made us feel upset and sad Around many corners, the sweet smell of hash The 'coffee ...
... into a cycling trip down the Careterra Austral, so it kept most of the loons away. Or maybe we ARE the loons!? A few 'awards' for notable characters on the trip... O - the 'never judge a book by it's cover award' goes to - 'Helmet' we cursed him for charging passed us on a downhill on his mountain bike on the Careterra with his helmet strapped to his panniers. Useful! But when we arrived in La Junta he was a ledge and helped us find the campsite. O - the 'could they be ...