We walked through the market some 4 times to-and-fro to get awed again and again and shop some little new stuff every time. And what kept us warm was the adored crépe.
With this our relaxcation came to an end. With enough time to take in the wonderful cities, it came out to be an enriching trip. To know the history of Germany and Netherlands, most of which still feels alive was an enlightening walkthrough.
Few tips to remember:
1. Oct-November is quite cold in Europe already, so carry good woollens, and enough to layer you up. Having said that you can still be fashionable.:)
2. With the whopping tourism, finding Indian restaurants is not a task at all. Specially when you're staying at a city centre.
3. Keep one half-day in every city for a hop-on-hop-off city tour. It is a very good way to get acquainted with the city and also shortlist the places you'd actually want to visit based on your interests. You can easily book them online.
4. You may feel lack of follow ups with your pre-booked stuff there, but trust me, when its 1 pm, its always 12:55pm. What I mean is, that something has been confirmed by the other party, it will be serviced as per. You may get yourself to panic but don't worry at all.
5. Europe is best explored walking. So don't forget to carry a couple of walking shoes. @Ladies, heels might not be a good idea unless you are a pro a handling tall shoes well.
6. Follow all civil rules, strictly. :)
7. The cost given above is a per head cost.
Go ahead and plan your days in Germany and Netherlands. May it be sunny and wonderful!