Tangguo tour – part 2

Tangguo tour – part 2. After Dam square we went to several spots at the Red Light district like the old church. In front of the statue of Majoor Bosshardt our guests started to wonder why all the houses bend forward and are so crooked… If you want to know the answer yourself make sure to book our city tour.

As it was a very cold day, we decided to grab some drinks at Nieuwmarkt. While enjoying our drinks, we discussed the business possiblities for Tangguo and 88 Travelguide. And then there was a toast, we were both in for a collaboration!

Dam Square – pigeons

After drinks we went to Bijenkorf. The CEO and his wife stayed inside for some shopping and Jack, Samantha, Teo and me spend some time at Dam square. Samatha made a lot of new friends thanks Teo’s great idea; she bought some bread for the pigeons. At one point four pigeons were trying to balance on Samantha’s arm, which was a bit too much. But is was great fun!

Lunch

We had lunch at Momo, which was a big success. The CEO told us that this was the fullest he had been since he arrived in Europa. Big plus for us! We ate sushi and other Asian food, I still got happy when I think of the food. After lunch the team went back to their hotel as they had a few meetings in the afternoon.

Boat tour

Teo and I went to the Hilton Hotel again to pick up the CEO of Tangguo and his wife. Unfortunately Jack and Samantha were not able to join us as they had to prepare for a meeting in the afternoon. We rented the beautiful and cute boat Tzar for 2 hours. The Tzar is a brand new salonboat from Amsterdam Boat Center where we collaborate with. Our sailor for the day was Sjoerd, who specially came back earlier from his weekend trip to Germany to show us around on the canals. Thanks again Sjoerd!

We sailed partly alongside the Amsterdam Light Festival and also saw the skinny bridge and the 7 bridges. Our guests completely loved it and were super impressed by the houseboats and the canals it selves.

再見 – See you soon!

Unfortunately, the day flew by and we had to send our guests back to their hotel. In the evening, they were having a dinner with former prime minister Wim Kok and they of course can’t let him wait.

We really enjoyed our day together and are looking so much forward to the collaboration. A very warm welcome to all Chinese tourists in the Netherlands!

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