Our canal tour around Leiden

Published December 2, 2014 by theycallmemrstibbs

I know this sounds seriously geeky but it’s a great way to see Leiden.

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This was the map that followed. As you can see the main of Leiden is surrounded by a canal.

Whilst on this tour we saw Van Gogh’s mother’s residence, Rembrandt’s Windmill and other fascinating things that you will see. These tours are always busy so it’s best that you go queue up an hour in advance to get tickets.

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Obviously the Dutch flag is essential for this.

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With this picture you can see I’m not alone as you can see Christopher’s reflection.

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I love this picture is the lowest bridge on the tour.
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Of any of your come to see me, we should do this. It only costs €7.

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