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... if they lean forward that is usually intentional so that goods can be hoisted up to the upper levels of the house without damaging the walls and windows below, but if the houses are leaning back or sideways it's due to faulty pylons, and the effect of seeing these kitty wompus houses sometimes made me feel dizzy!
We then walked through Amsterdam seeing many interesting areas. When our guide described what Dam Square was like ...
We found our hotel...no elevator, verrrry steep stairs--two flights. Our room looks over the square--pretty noisy until much later, when we finally closed the window. Chose sleep over air (and the radiator is on even though it's turned off!) our room is small, the floor cants to an alarming degree, and there are boisterous drinkers on the square below. But we can't understand them, which turns it into a sort of white noise. Sort of. ...
... to this kind of thing back in the States. But, it was a good experience in pursuit of understanding this strange and extremely liberal culture.
On Monday morning Amy and myself toured the original Heineken brewery. Although they do not brew beer here anymore, it is still used to offer tourists an amazing look into the make and manufacture of Heineken beer. Heineken began making beer in 1864, and was the first company to use a science lab to perfect it's beer recipe. ...
... For the first time, we are staying at a women only hostel. It's called Hostelle. So fancy. After checking in we took the train into the heart of the city, explored for a bit, and then met up with Nichole!!! Nichole is a friend from California who I met through interpretation conferences. She is fantastic and happens to be traveling through Europe for just under a month. It was so cool to see her in Amsterdam of all places! We ...
... at 2:30am when someone on the floor came home, without a key and kept tapping on a bedroom door and calling the sleeping occupant.
Breakfast at the hotel is 23 euro - next door cafe for a full English breakfast is 6.50 Euro. No contest !!
First port of call is the centre of town - Dam Square. A large desolate space that Campbell Newman must have drawn inspiration from for the design and development of King George Square in Brisbane. ...