Van der Valk Volendam
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Last day of our trip today! Went to the Albert Cuyp Market first thing in the morning, it's mostly household stuff there but there's quite a few food stalls as well. Had fried fish which was as good as ever, stroopwaffles, poffertjes, roasted chicken etc. Would recommend to go there to try Dutch specialties! Currently otw to Volendam fishing …
... on a delicious Greek gyro that, unbeknownst to me, happened to be vegetarian which just meant I could eat more and not feel bad about it! Elizabeth wanted pink cotton candy and we ended up getting an order of scrumptiously sweet profiteroles (mini pancakes with powdered sugar), a popular Dutch delight, from the circus themed truck with a cute guy that couldn't seem to figure out how to get the cotton candy to stay wrapped around the stick. He also seemed to be a ...
... photography allowed although a few people snapped some pics....I liked the theme was happiness and how looking after yourself begets happiness and happiness begets a healthy body. If you get a chance, it's worth it. Our train(s) (there are two, culminating in a night train to Prague) leave at 6.30pm so we wrestled our bags in a stuffed overheated tram and headed tithe train station. Currently chilling with a hot ...
After this we were very down. We new we would be but it was indeed something that you get a bit distant. We walked to the place for dinner where we wanted a traditional dish consisting of a meatball, a little gravy and some mash.
It was dense but satisfying, in a my stomach is about to explode way.
After dinner i decided to go back to the hostel. I was shocked by a conversation from maggie and Menzies on ...
... catching up on her journal and Peter's dribbling tea and digestives while typing this. K still has to do the editing and additioning. The trouble in front of us is the sheer scale of "things to see and do" in this city. We only have two days . . .
Day One was Rijksmuseum day and we caught the Metro (200m from our site) to the City and the Museum Quarter. Again our big mistake was thinking it would take us a morning and then we'd do something else. We left at ...