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... Damn...what are we going to do now! This was the next 7 hours of our day! As luck would have it, one of the hotel staff overheard the "little girl" exchange and came over to see if there was something she could do to help. We explained the situation and 20 minutes later, Raymond was driving us to the country! Beautiful country (all under water...really weird.). We saw some old (and new) windmills, how they make clogs by hand and ...
... permeates the air as we walked past cafés to our hotel. It is a lovely 5 star hotel with a large room with really high ceilings, enormous bathroom, soft bed, free minibar with wine, soft drink and spirit mixers that are replenished daily and we can even use soap and eat in our room. It has a lovely Art Deco feel. The hotel overlooks a canal and we are soon going out to watch the World Cup in a local bar. So more ...
... It was built in 1886, so has some faults, (the toilet is tiny), but the high ceilings and huge rooms make up for it. Also, there is a tiny balcony overlooking the street. But, we are opposite the zoo, and there were some very strange sounds when I was trying to sleep this afternoon. I think it was the zebras. I hope they are quiet tonight.
We had arrived a little early, so left our bags in the flat, and went out exploring ...
... funny-looking (to me) miniature carts designed for duty-free shopping. They were criss-crossing and cutting and zipping everywhere all around. It was as if I had left the airport and entered a shopping mall. Still looking for food (not huge wedges of gouda, although I was tempted by gouda displays at times), I saw a big sign for McDonald's and told myself that eating there wouldn't be good for me. In my experience, McDonald's restaurants in Europe are more comfortable and have a ...
Wednesday 23rd September,Over Turkey (I think)
Took off from Amsterdam about six hours ago and flight boredom has well and truly set in. Just finished watching 'The Lone Ranger' - absolute rubbish. Thank god for Johnny Depp - his scenes were, at least, watchable.
Amsterdam was terrific. From the moment we set foot in the place we felt incredibly relaxed. (Nothing to do with the dozey cafés). We had a similar response ...