Van der Valk Den Haag-Wassenaar
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... being placed in very open public areas. However I notice a severe lack of female loos!
There is a carnival in Dam Square and in need of an injection of adrenaline we select one of the rides for a better view of the city. We opt for the very tame Ferris wheel and jump in. We are both scared of heights which makes ...
... some delicious things like Heineken! I'm sure I've had one before but something about doing the whole "Heineken Experience" sure did make the beer at the end taste delicious. I really enjoyed it.
There was plenty of fun touristy shopping all around the city. We found stores decorated with cows on the ceilings, wooden shoes everywhere, and so many other fun things. I especially loved trying on a pair of giant wooden clogs. Of course ...
We went for a walk around the famous Amsterdam Flower Market and surrounding area. The Herrengracht or Gentleman's Canal is where the largest and most opulent of the canal houses are located. Most have been turned into offices or apartments, but the facades are still very impressive. The flower market is bustling even on a Sunday morning and you can buy just about any kind of bulb or seed you can ...
... cucumber, and lettuce. We also got to try the famous frittes (french fries with ketchup or mayonnaise). The best part was watching the shop owner conduct charades as he explained the options of lamb or cow meat to a French family that stopped in for dinner. Not wanting to leave, but knowing waiting around wouldn't make the walk easier, we got up and started the walk back to our hotel. Contrary to our thoughts, we made it back without resorting to crawling and conducted the rest ...
... the onions. Sushi lovers may not wince at this but it took a little will power for me, and Kaysha took one nibble and said, "no way" - she got NYC pizza. Quite tasty and salty - I didn't even get sick.
Old Amsterdam is very compact. The architecture and the canals are unique. However there are some things to watch out for. We passed one store front in a narrow ally and looked inside to see a ...