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... I was there (7 years ago) called a Berlinerbol (custard filled doughnut type thing). So tasty!
After my canal cruise, I stopped by several cheese shops, eating samples of Gouda (in a variety of flavours) at each one :) Then, I stopped by the Flower market, before finally making my way to Vondelpark. Once there, there is not much more to say, other than, I enjoyed the final bits of sunshine while sitting on a bench, looking at the water. A ...
Up early yet again and off to Amsterdam. Getting pretty good at sleeping on the bus by this stage! When we arrived in the arvo our tour leader Tom took us on a walking tour which included the red light district. Such a strange place. We got yelled at by one of the prostitutes at one stage because we were blocking her window while lining up for a club. I've seen some things that I won't repeat at one of the shows we went to. ...
... from the not very interesting
North Sea coast.
Marja and Jaap’s house was built in 1912 as
the local fire station (see the doors) and police station, and it’s been kept
fairly original, with much older style cabinetry and furniture, which is nice.
There are three ...
... and Bikes have the right of way over pedestrians so it can get pretty hairy and you have to keep your wits about you! First it was a bit of an orientation to the roads then off to Dam Square and Museum Square where the tourist attraction the "iamamsterdam" sign is. Also in Museum square lies the Rijks Museum and the Van Gogh Museum.
As I mentioned back in the Czech Republic - Van Gogh was actually a heavy abuser of Absinthe and was hallucinating when he cut off ...
... one of the guys shouted something at me in Dutch. The girl, Veronique, translated this for me as: "Are you an air hostess, coz i'd like to fly with you!" and following this odd chat-up line translation bonding experience, we got chatting. I asked her the cheapest place to buy a bike and she offered me her spare.
Two days later, I went to pick it up and thus Kip fell into my hands. Kip means chicken in Dutch, and as I am endlessly mocked for being a vegetarian out here, ...