England's Women are feeling at home at the European Championship in Holland as they prepare for their opener against Scotland on Wednesday night.
And striker Jodie Taylor has revealed she took advice from a club team-mate to make sure the team's trip to Utrecht was not compromised — by accidental trips to cannabis selling coffeeshops.
The Lionesses have spent the last few couple of days exploring their host city and the sights of nearby capital Amsterdam, in breaks from manager Mark Sampson's intensive training sessions.
Jodie Taylor has had to be careful of which cafes she visits while in Utrecht with England
Taylor, a keen coffee drinker who has already found a new local cafe to visit and has brought her own favourite blend from home, says she had a light-hearted tip-off from a Dutch Arsenal team-mate before departing.
Holland No 1 Sari van Veenendaal warned her club colleague off 'coffeeshops' — where cannabis, legal in Holland, is sold.
Taylor said: 'Usually, my first thing to do is go on Google Maps and go find a decent coffee shop.
Taylor signs autographs for supporters at a training session in Utrecht
'We have a few Dutch players on our team and Sari made a really good