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Great food, yummy bear, comfy rooms... Just a great time all around.
Beautiful places to bike to and the town is super adorable.
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... not the height of the tourist season. Lined up against the dunes were blue and white sheds which people rented to keep their beach things. There were plenty of people actively tanning. We had a bit of a paddle before returning to the nearest bus stop. Bit of a wait then back to the ferry. The bus ride was a great way to see the countryside on the island. ...
... gardens. We will return for more of Amsterdam once the boat/bike tour is finished. So to the boat. It's quite well appointed but has a few shortcomings. Most of the other 58 passengers are German-speaking although not all from Germany. The exceptions are an Italian couple who we have been seated with for meals and two English couples. Most people are a bit older than us, other than our Italian friends who are considerably younger. The food is a ...
... urban myth, but reputedly Dutch people greet Germans with “So where’s my bike then?” referring to the fact that in the second world war, the invading Germans confiscated all bikes here.
Bicycle theft is so normal here that reputedly ten times the value in bikes is stolen each year compared with cars.
Walking in Holland is much more dangerous than any other country, because alongside ...
Except for a week in Spain, which was loads of fun, I haven't been traveling for over 5 years. When I was a week off from work recently, I sat at home watching the rain outside and thinking about my friends and family who were all abroad in countries like Spain, France and Vietnam.
Even my dear old mother had been cruising the Rhine through Germany. "Wait a minute," I thought to myself, "I need to get away ...
This morning Lisa's great-uncle Age and his wife Metje took us for a walk through the old city of Alkmaar, which was completely deserted. We then drove to Broeker Veiling, and had a look at the museum. That was very interesting - it is a land of many many islands, where vegetables used to be grown. They would then be transported to the vegetable market by boat and sold by way of Dutch Auction. Now the islands have been built on instead.