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... coffee and a free sample of cheese from a Dutch supermarket all day.
... is famous for their fries, who knew?
I've met some really fascinating people so far. I've been hanging out with students from all over the world including France, Russia, Slovenia, England, Australia, and Germany. There is so much to do here that it is impossible to get bored. I've been to some clubs, bars, and cafes each one more unique than the one before it.
We boarded the boat on the canal of Amsterdam. We went under the Amsterdam Bridge, also known as the dolly Parton Bridge. The bridge has two large 1/2 oval shaped tops.
We passed the replica of the Amsterdam Ship that sank on a voyage.
There was a tear drop shaped building that was built ...
... First stop was a cafe on the corner where we had lunch. Terry had pancakes with bacon amd maple syrup, and I had fried eggs on toast. Most of the locals seem to speak excellent English. Then we bought a few groceries.
After a sleep, we walked to the metro station and bought a 48 hour pass. (With the help of two station attendants, and resulting in a long queue.) We caught the train two stops into Centraal, and bought tickets for ...
... at 3:45 AM one morning that turned on all of our lights and TV. That being said we really did have a great time and saw some really wonderful things.
We said good by to our friends on board after breakfast and caught a cab to Keith and Terri's hotel. Their room wasn't ready that early so we stashed out luggage and headed off to the train station to buy a 24 hour pass for thier public transportation ...