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... br> Our final day in Holland we spent in sunny Leiden. In this delightful town we visited a working windmill, rebuilt in 1743 it is 29 metres tall and the span of the windmills is 27 metres. It had the capacity to mill 1280kg of flour a day, today that would be enough bread for 8000 people. In this mill, the family home occupied the lower 3 floors, and they were quite spacious rooms, and the grain and workings of the mill were on the upper 4 floors. All ...
... br> Rianne headed off to a session at uni, but luckily for us, Tijs was back in Utrecht and was taking a tour up the tower at 12.30! He told the group we would climb 465 steps to ascend to the top, and that the bell tower was built between 1321 and 1382! We stopped off on a lower level to look at some slides of how the church used to look before it was partially destroyed by a huge storm in 1674. The locals at the time thought it was a sign from God, and the church ...
... also taken the bus which is easy to get to everywhere. Everyone is very nice and helpful! Today we started on the bus and went to the Hard Rock for our shot. Very nice Hard Rock right on the canal. We then went to the Central Amsterdam area and walked around the Red Light District. The girls are there all the time, but we walked through it at night and it ...
... And on the way to the sign we met 3 dutch guys who said they would walk with us, and they then ended up staying the whole morning with us helping us up onto the letters(they are really ************ to climb up onto) and they took some of the pictures. Then the sun started rising so we decided to go home and got back to the hostel at 6 where we slept till about 11. Then we got dressed, went to a church where unfortunately we wernt allowed to take any pictures, then we walked ...
... because it was a bit nippy - around 18*C. We walked the canals, and had our first frites! Frites are streak fries to Americans, in a paper cone with a giant gag-producing dollop of mayonnaise. Mind you this is like a hot dog to Americans, a staple of their street fair food and sold on most street corners in their major cities.
We saw another amazing church tower, this one is the tallest building in the city and the tallest church tower in ...