Van Der Valk Hotel Den Haag-Nootdorp
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... guy called Michael who was a bit of a babe and hilarious to boot. He took us around the district and explained the history of sex work in Amsterdam and showed us some of the highlights of the area. The tour went past the condomerie, the prostitute information centre, numerous sex shops and peep shows/live shows and past the old church. It was pretty weird walking around and the prostitutes all stand in the windows of shops that they ...
As we reflect back on our time in the Netherlands, all we can say is OBJECTION! We object that we had only had one week there and that we had to leave our friends and their wonderful country too soon!
We had an amazing time reconnecting with Wendy and Peter who we met thirteen years ago while hiking in Zion National Park. They visited us in California twelve years ago and since then we kept contact through Facebook and Christmas cards. ...
... countryside of North Holland, which is actually similar to what we refer to as states in the US. We met up with the group at around 12:15pm, near Amsterdam Centraal Station, after grabbing a lemon muffin, a coffee and some candy from Jamin to keep us going through the six hour tour.
1st Stop: Zaanse Schans
We arrived in the picturesque windmill village of Zaanse Shans at about 13:00, where we spent about ...
... is lovely and has many trees lining the canal and restored or new looking buildings, though still plenty at weird angles as well. Back now at Centraal Station and within our hour so caught the tram back down toward home. Got off to visit the Begijnhof. This is one of the oldest small inner courtyards in Amsterdam and was originally surrounded by water and only accessed by bridge. Beguines were pious single catholic women who performed good works and lived ...
We are off on our travels again, after a busy but happy few weeks at home, in Bury. As you will see, we are not in Africa, as planned, but have taken the easier option of inter-railing around Europe. So, without further ado, let me tell you about our first stop, Amsterdam.
Unlike most of the Brits here, we did not come to Amsterdam to sample the delights of the special cafes around the city (or the delights of the Red Light District) but we hope you will find ...