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... trip. But weeks later, I am so thankful that I did! Some of my classmates even exclaimed that I was the “Most Improved Cyclist” in the program. I can’t say that I disagree, I am a better cyclist. I grew more than I thought was possible as a woman, a cyclist, and as an advocate in a few short weeks.
When I come back to Detroit, I am determined for us to continue with our painted bike ...
... He took us around the
older parts of Amsterdam and told us how they built over the
To he honest, some of the buildings look like the marshland
won. They are so wonky...
We went through the Red Light District, which is a lot less
risque...there is a word that sounds like risk-ey that I
... which way. We soon crossed-over both the Herengracht and Keizersgracht canals before turning south to reach the Westerkerk (West Church), with its towering spire, on the east side of the Prinsengracht canal.
We took time for a brief visit inside this large Protestant church, built in 1631, where the remains of Rembrandt lie in repose, although the precise location is not known. The bells of this church chime every 15-minutes, and it is said that Anne Frank could ...
... with the girls in the city center because my parents had a train back to Paris. It was bittersweet to see them leave, but I was very happy I was able to see them. After meeting up back with the girls we walked to The Red Light District. WOW. It was the most bizarre thing I have every seen. Girls were just standing in the windows and waving to the boys and everyone was just smoking Marijuana on the streets. It was definitely a different ...