Tulip Inn Hilversum
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We knew that the previous game had been shown to ~ 200,000 fans at the Museumplein - a large space adjacent to some of Amsterdam's most famous museums. So we dash there from our windmill in Abcoude----and, circling round and round the neighbourhood, it becomes painfully obvious that there is NO soccer game viewing happening there. We started to wonder if it was cancelled due to the mildly rainy weather, but then see a few young men decked head-to-toe in ...
... to our room. Still fully clothed I climb onto the top bunk and then all of a sudden it dawns on me that I am going to die up there by rolling off the bunk. I completely freak out. Laurence is nice and swaps with me. I crawl onto the bottom bunk and I am not moving. I go to bed fully clothed staring deeply at the top of the bunk above me.
Worst trip of my life. Apparently you shouldn't eat a full muffin per person.
... for their children. It depicts mom and dad as drunk and their children running amuck; one is even drinking what the parents are drinking! At the entry of the museum hung this holograph Christmas tree.
Amsterdam is full of paradoxes: free college education and smart shops (selling "mushrooms", etc.), gypsy fortune telling and coffee ...
... pesto, garlic and plain. Delicious :)
Venturing down more streets that I did not get to yesterday, I found the gays!!! Hooray for the gays! Well a couple of shops and bars actually but they are pretty spread out across the city which is good, maybe? That there doesn't have to be a specific section for it/them/us? Anyways, the owner of one of the shops gave me a gaymap which I find very funny and after I left I realized he was on a bunch of ...
... on TV, but that has proven to be very difficult here. Not many good shows, but we keep ending up on National Geographic or the History Channel. Kit called us to the table about 30 minutes later, and we ate tomato soup with noodles and meatballs (its canned), a tasty toasted sandwich, and some Lays potato chips with "joppies saus." This sauce was the winner of the Dutch version of the "Create your own" chip (we have Sriracha, Chicken and ...