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Monday, February 14, 2011

I was at the Dam Square!

After landing in Amsterdam, I was whisked off straight away to meet up with some more Weston Body Hardware distributors, before having the chance to check out some of Amsterdam’s well known city sights.

In the city that celebrates National Windmill Day, visiting a windmill was naturally my first choice. Up close, it was a magnificent sight and I even had a sneak peek inside whilst I climbed to the top.

Afterwards, I went to the Dam Square (and I am not being abrasive, it’s actually called the Dam Square) to have a little rest, before I headed off to the canals of Amsterdam. The city is considered the “Venice of the North,” so I jumped on a canal cruise and watched the bustling city from the calm of the river. I then finished the day by going to the Rijksmuseum, the largest museum in the Netherlands.

I was going to visit a place called the red light district, but apparently red lights can damage a teddy’s eyes…? Instead I went to a restaurant and had Forgotten Soup, I can’t remember exactly what was in it, but it was delicious!

I wonder where I will visit next…?


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