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Very early morning start off to the middle Rhine ... The Rhine river being the busiest river in Europe. Many fortified castles and villages and steep slopes covered in vineyards .. white wines from this area. They also make the "ice" wine a super sweet wine made from frozen grapes. We past about 100 old castles in an half hour trip along the Rhine. Onto a Rhine cruise boat which we had to ourselves. Misty along the banks. An amazing number of trains on both sides of the river ...
... and gas connected. The unregistered ones do not have these amenities (apparently). Most of the canals have low rails installed on the edge of the roadway (about the height of a gutter),.. even though, some 3 cars a day finish up in the canals (on average). I guess this is the Amsterdam equivalent of ‘hooning’,.. but with very wet
consequences. Saturday we repeated the dose, getting ‘on the road’ around 10.00am. We ...
... 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">As the trip proceeded, I also began to recognise some sights from earlier, and....oh look....that's where we had lunch.....Oh...and look...that's where we boarded the last tram an hour ago....
... son Willem, the big handover happened on Queens day so technically I guess it was actually Kings day.
We regrouped at the boat and headed into town, my mission for the day was to find myself a blow up crown and this was accomplished on the walk in as Ben found one on the ground. Win!
Queensday is the only day of the year people are allowed to sell things on the streets, so people take full advantage and set up garage sale type stalls everywhere ...
... which we really wanted to do, so we mapped our way over there! On our way, we saw the iconic "IAMSTERDAM" sign ... which the Dutch did an awful job of setting up. They put it directly in front of an outdoor skating rink, so if you wanted to get a photo of the whole thing ... you'd have hundreds of little children skating in the photo as well. Fail. When we finally reached the Heineken experience, we found it was closed! How useless. While we pined away at our lack of ...