There’s just something about windmills. Graceful, serene, evoking thoughts of another time, watching the sails spin is like watching the waves in the ocean. You can’t go to the Netherlands without glimpsing just a few.
It’s five minutes until 3:00 in the afternoon and already there’s a line of 20 people snaking outside the dark green door. You would think someone was giving away money. But it’s just a normal Sunday in Amsterdam outside a bar that’s been here for over 300 years.
From the outside, it looks just like any other canal house in Amsterdam. But inside, there’s a different story altogether.
From the unusual to the historic, the handbag has quite a story.
In Rotterdam, there’s something unusual to look at almost everywhere you turn.
At the beginning of our tour, the sum total of our group’s knowledge about Dutch food was beer and cheese. We had a long way to go. Luckily, we had eight stops and four hours ahead of us.