The Monk Amsterdam Apartments
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Relaxed a little this after all the walking from yesterday. Weather forecast has a partly cloudy forecast for midday but, rain coming in once again. Initial plan was to go the the UNESCO world heritage site at Kinderdijk and its windmills. It is out in the country east of Rotterdam and with very little shelter from rain. It would also take 2 hours just to get there and another two back. So plan B went into action the windmills at Zaanse Schans just 18 by train from Amsterdam Centraal ...
... only single women living here.
Here is also the oldest wooden house from 1425 – not which mind blowing looking, since I like the brick buildings better. But the interesting part is that after the great fire in 1452 it was not allowed to use wood for building anymore
You can find plagues of biblical scenes which was interesting and ...
... you struggled then! You can't ride a bike."
I am about to ride a bike in a city and I know it will be tough and I am not 100% confident. At this stage I am feeling 5% confident, after the bike dude's(tour guide)'s lecture. Part of me is so ready to put up my hand at this point and scream I want out!!! I don't. The positive voice says to me at this point, "You just resigned from your job;you are a brave little soul; you can do this."
How resigning from one's ...
Today is the official beginning of our self-organised tour. We were up early for breakfast, so we would be at the meeting point at 8.50 for our trip to Brugge. A massive black coach pulled up, and picked up the 8 of us waiting before heading off the the next pick-up point. Seems we were the only passengers for today, along with the tour guide and the coach driver, that made 10 on a coach that ...
... biking. Only had other bike riders and pedestrians to deal with, no cable cars, buses, automobiles , traffic lights or jaywalkers. There is a clever wood statue of a guy holding up the leaning limbs of a partially fallen tree. Don felt it necessary to give the guy a hand. Next day we went on a bike tour through the city. Even with a guide we were taking our lives in our hands. Bicyclists ride on bike paths, or the road with the ...