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... they were all passing through the gates as I arrived.
Out at sea were no less than 6 others with their massive sails showing up against the wonderful blue sky. It was almost like stepping back in time seeing these mighty old vessels out there in the seas.
Excitement over and on I head across this long road in the seas. Finally the waters end and I find myself on slow single lane roads with tractors and all holding everything up.
At one point I notice a modern barge making ...
... and this is the third room we've been in and it's a lovely hostel. We have good roommates & hot showers here so that's all that matters! Our first day we walked a far distance, an hour and a half to be exact to get to the market. It should of only taken half an hour but we took the scenic route ;). The market was very cool with lots of things like hot red wine, coconut balls, hot chocolate, homemade scarfs out of recycled materials, ...
... a film we caught the ferry back to Amsterdam central, which is free by the way, and ventured to the next cinema. The only film showing was prisoner with Hugh Jackman. None of us had seen any previews and didn't know what it was about so we decided to watch it. Movies are considerably cheaper over here then at home, luckily because If I was at home I think I would have been disappointed that I spent $20 on the film. Lucky it was only 8 euros. Still. It was ok, and I guess if ...
... told not to leave Amsterdam without doing a canal cruise, so I jumped on one in the mid-afternoon. It was a nice little ride and a good orientation to the city and its waterways. After my little excursion I back tracked to Westerkerk to climb the tower (I had to find something to climb). It was a fun climb with great city views. After my climb, I raced next door to the Anne Frank House to arrive in time for my ...
... there are the Coffee Shops and Red Light districts - are we over-regulated in Canada?