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... tall some of them were. We also got to see tulip fields which was truly amazing. We ended up only staying for a couple of hours because it was starting to get really crowded. After the gardens, we explored Amsterdam. We went to the Redlight District (during the day). We were going over this bridge by a church and there was a older gentleman in a boat playing music in tune with the church bells. It was really impressive. He even got the guy that rang the church bells ...
Amsterdam has been the easiest city to navigate and get around in, so far. I've been going on a lot of long walks and enjoying window shopping. I'm also enjoying being around all of the bikes. I was surprised to see the type of bikes they ride here: large, heavy, cruisers. I haven't seen a single road bike; I miss mine from back home. Yesterday, I saw a man riding his bike with one hand and in his other hand was holding his little baby against ...
... 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 celebrating my birthday that we stuck our heads out the window, danced to our music and enjoyed the view! Prague was little short of carnage as I've mentioned a bit above.. But apart from crowd surfing, street dancing, rapping and ending up on the other side of Prague at 6am, I won't go into much more detail. Although we did experience a thunder storm like I've never seen in my life and to be honest wouldn't want to experience again, petrifying!! Krakow ...
... 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, ...