Tulip Inn Leiderdorp
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... adventures - shows what wonderful, strong people are in our world and challenges my perceptions on what I need to experience. After dinner we continued exploring the town and did window shopping on the streets as many of the shops were closed. Really need to come back to explore these towns as the character of these places were more than the couple of hours I had to enjoy. Finally had a glass of wine at a wine bar with a few of the group and back to the ...
... the goods. They are narrow on the canal side and longer in depth and height because they were taxed based on how much was built along the canal. We finished the tour in front of the Anne Frank house next to the West Church. More details about this will be given after we do the tour there, which is scheduled for Saturday. Overall, we learned how Amsterdam is known both now and historically for its tolerant practices: legally, religiously, and socially. ...
... brew pub located in an early windmill. Several samplings of their rather hoppy brew made for a nice afternoon buzz. The public library is located on the main harbor near the central station and has the best view over the low profile city from their sixth floor cafe...and it is free! A trip on the tram took us out beyond the canals to Vondel Park, supposedly the model for Central Park in New York (originally called New Amsterdam). ...
... bulk of the gardens are planted with the best tulips from 95 local bulb farmers. We also saw the tulips from the oldest bulbs still producing ....1620 . The gardens started in 1950 but tulip farming in the Netherlands started in the 17 century. We learned that the first tulips were found growing wild in China and ...
... there may be some visitors present who might not
understand Dutch. Most of this I deduced
from the few words I know and the context.
It occurred to me that not really knowing a language when you visit a
country does allow me to more easily mind my own business.
Nice museum. Didn’t
get to see all of it, but I caught most of it.
The Dutch Masters, Rembrandt, Vermeer. Strolled to ...