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... although it has a few) but it is this edge that has made it a must see place in Europe! It was the start of our European adventure, with a cheap car hire and a tent, we were set. Our first mistake was pitching our tent next to a contiki tour, who seemed to have the energy to stay up giggling and singing all night and be off early in the morning. We spent our first day scouring camping shops to find a stove, and gas for it, which ...
... The first Kodak moment stop was at a windmill. We were given a detailed history of windmills in the development of the country. After another short ride later we arrived at a working farm to see how cheese and clogs are made in the traditional way.This was also our stop for lunch. After that we headed further into the beautiful countryside. We made a couple more stops along the way before we were back where we had started 4 hours ago.
On the way back ...
... on JR's iPhone. I am sure everyone around us were completely annoyed as we laughed out loud on several occasions despite trying to hold it in.
Upon arrival, we whipped through passport control, got our bags and ended up being the first ones out of there straight to grab a taxi. Our luck ran out with checking in early so we went for lunch and walked around the neighborhood for awhile. We ended up getting into our room where ...
... and headed to the Anne Frank museum in the western suburb.
The museum is the warehouse space where Oscar Frank ran his spice and jam preservative business, which become the hiding place of the Frank family and friends during the Nazi occupation. Oscar, being the only one of the eight in hiding having survived the concentration camps, set up the space in the 60’s for tourists to visit and understand the ...
... ordering drinks before we got some lunch at around 4pm again (cheeseburgers, salad and chips). The lady who served us also recommended we visit a place called Harlem which was a small town between Zannvoort and Amsterdam so spontaneously we decided to get off the train on the way home at Harlem to stop for a beer at the brewery she recommended. We couldn't find the pub so walked around the picturesque little town and stopped for a drink at a different place. By 7pm, we caught the ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Tulip Amsterdam
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