Quentin Amsterdam Hotel
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... and fabulous. And, a highlight was an original windmill. The disappointment was that the huge fields of tulips were green (flowers pruned already). Guess we should have come in April.
The next stop is back into Amsterdam Centraal Station to figure out the different tourists “passes” available to us. A light vegetarian ...
... and let me on before I got too wet.
With the bike tied down I had to find out what car deck I was on before making my way to deck 9 for my large 1st class cabin.
One thing I always forget to do when going on these large ferry's is check what car deck my bike is on and at the end of the crossing I’m like Mr Bean running around the ship looking for my bike.
With the weather as it is we have been warned that it’s going to get rough out there tonight ...
... for the Aussies who had never seen snow before in their lives, up on Jungfrau mountain (one of the highest peaks in Europe). Because I'll be seeing a lot of snow come winter in Prince Rupert, I decided I would sit this one out. Felix, Jonathan and I spent the day in both the tiny village of Lauterbrunnen stuffing our faces, then in the small city of Interlaken shopping for gifts, cold medication and searching for a bank Tex could withdraw from. That night was the ...
Also finally bought a La Boeuf tomato. Will be cutting tomorrow. They are in virtually every fruit and veg section in the UK and Europe. I have never seen them before!
Saw lots of canals, marijuana shops, but no naked or half-clothed women! Thank god! I'm not that type of gal! No where's the guys???? Might have to venture there after dark. Apparently quite safe. Too many tourists to create a crime!
Love to all.
... ladies in distressed circumstances) and also into a few small courtyards that lie between the canal houses. We also walked through a public passageway that houses bits of art from the Amsterdam Museum, including a huge wooden figure of Goliath that apparently has moveable eyes. Rolinka freed us at Kalvertoren (small shopping center) and pointed out a few places for lunch. Jeff, Dawn and I went to La Place (which I remembered from 2010), one of those eateries that ...