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... one very long floor in this building. The museum was a visitor's tour through the devastation and mass numbers of human loss during WWI in this area. We spent about on hour touring, reading the exhibit. We were given red poppy bracelets which were to interact with some of the displays. While the bracelets were fun and attractive, the interactive part did not work all that well.
We particularly liked the displays of everything the soldier would wear, ...
... MOST WERE BUILT 100 to 200
After the bus tour, we toured many REMBRANT paintings in a huge museum, super crowded
with people. R was apparently widely acclaimed, but to me the characters in the paintings are pretty stuffy.
The art museum tour was followed by a glass roofed boat tour of the canals. The city starting 200 years ago dug canals to ...
... in mass planting season. Some are orderly rows and beds; others are massed and in more natural settings; some are both. We only had three hours...so we will go back after the tour ends!
Truly the "jewel in the crown" of this trip. It's big enough to swallow the crowds and still give you peaceful vistas. Hope every one of you gets to see this ...
... you live here and this is where you walk your dog. I have to walk my dog down an alleyway strewn with broken glass and then along the A38 embankment, and you've got all this." And that's a little bit like I feel when I walk around here, I wouldn't want to live here but I'm kinda a little bit jealous of the people who do. Saturday March 21st Got up and went for a coffee, funny the coffee shop didn't really smell of coffee it had a totally different aroma, we thought we'd ...
... them were created during periods of mental illness before his suicide
in 1890. Ironically my (Amy) favourite painting at the museum was one by Monet.
Eric’s was “The Harvest” by Van Gogh.
After this we went to the Heineken Experience at the Heineken brewery. Even if you don’t like Heineken or beer in general, it is definitely worth going- it was the highlight of our time in Amsterdam. The ...