Tulip Inn Leiderdorp
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... reality, it was actually called Vondel Park, but the suggestive delivery from Dad was still disgusting. Despite this, it was a very pretty park, and given the gorgeous day, absolutely packed with people making the most of it. Moving on from here, it conveniently linked to the museum district of Amsterdam, including the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. While we weren't going in them, on such a nice day the surrounds were really good to soak up, and we got to see the big I ...
... walk into Gouda, shopping for bits of pieces and to get on to WiFi at one of the bar restaurants plus visit the VVV tourist information. Gouda is a really pleasant city which is steeped in history and making the most of it by looking after its historic buildings and streets plus keeping its traditions alive surrounding cheese making. We are going to do the tourist trail when Simon and Eileen ...
Arrived in Amsterdam early morning had breakfast then at 9am we got on a coach to go on a windmill tour which I found was one of my highlights of the trip just to see the countryside away from the big cities. the windmill that we went to was still working to crush rock for minerals for paint.We had a demonstration on how clogs were made.I wanted to buy some clogs as they were really comfortable but I just couldn't fit them in I think that I will have to buy a case on wheels ...
... Humanitarian Law, specifically geared towards sexual violence and human trafficking amidst armed conflict. It was sponsored by the Red Cross, and although it was interesting it didn't really seem to fit with our class or what we were learning. After their presentation, we went through "the Experience", which was supposed to simulate being a refugee who was fleeing their country. Mostly it was walking through narrow hallways surrounded by various sounds and different scenes ...
... man there invited me to go into a cubicle with "Dame" on the door. I did. There were only three doors. The other side had some curtains. It was all very odd. I have never been in a cubicle so small. When I sat down, my knees were almost touching the door. I figured out that this was going to be a pay as you go toilet and that I would be required to pay for my ablutions. Sure enough, the man who had greeted me, asked for 1 Euro and offered me a beverage if I wished. ...