Van der Valk Volendam
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... hundreds of families enjoying the sunshine. It is always great to see the human side of a city with so many children enjoying themselves. We returned by tram and after a rest took the free ferry across to the island over the harbour. We enjoyed a drink at the NewExhibition building and returned for dinner back on this side. We have loved ...
... a technique came from China. In a ceramic blue lamp post in town I saw the inscription of a Chinese name "Jing Te Zheng", the place where the blue china originated.
Most of the traditional type of windmills are in the Rotterdam region. Needless to say, they have very strong winds in this area. If I thought biking in Holland would be easy, that was before we biked against strong headwinds on the levy to Rotterdam. Everyone was exhausted after that trip. We ...
... it, you dont even have to go to the Heineken brewery or the Anne Franks house. I didnt and I didnt feel like I missed out.
I am a sucker for architecture, weird facts and art history however. And taking the canal cruises (though kinda pricey, but worth it since I cant walk for too long) was great coz I got to be on the water, and listen to a tour guide point out random funny fact about streets and houses and designs and how things were done back in the day.
... my eyes on architecture instead. Clare and I even spoke about her own conflict in that she knows people want to go and she'd like to keep them safe, as well as it is a prominent featured area of the city but it is what it is and giving a 'tour' through it is strange and ***********done the sadness of what it is.
Moving on to....more dirrty things!! I had some time to kill before going back to the bus so I went to the other place I was told by ...
... Stefanie our guide was really bubbly and showed us churches, the red light area, the skinniest house and the widest bridge, the jewish area redesigned garishly by student architects in the eighties, and where Rembrandt lived for a time, and much more. The flea market is on my list to visit before we leave on Wednesday evening. Then at 3.00 we joined our guide Alex on the walking tour of the ...