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On the verge of 2011, we´ll take a quick look back at Fall/winter 2010 in Amsterdam. In a nutshell, everything´s well and there is still never a dull moment.........
Ole´s health situation is steady and he continues to develop very well. He´s average on the growth curve and develops in a very normal way. He knows a lot of …
... and there. So much work must have gone in to each section of the gardens, from the flowers and statues to the little streams and mini cascades of water. There were some large solid stepping stones in the middle of the main lake. We weren't quite feeling daring enough today to hop across them all (they were very wet and had children dashing across them, and let's face it, we would have both plummeted into the water), but we made it onto the first one for ...
... of friendly Syracuse airport (free unlimited WiFi), busy JFK (no free WiFi) and Schiphol in Amsterdam (30 minutes of free internet only). Highlights: our approach into Amsterdam on a sunny morning, patchwork of green fields with dykes meandering. Note to self: add to bucket list. Boarding the plane soon for Budapest where our program director will meet us and bus us to our cruiseship, the Concerto. P.S. Hope our luggage has followed ...
... and a pedestrian walkway, these do mingle and pedestrians are the lowest denominator! You look both ways twice before you risk crossing - even on a pedestrian crossing! The cyclists stop for no one. The city feels frantic and everyone in a rush. And then there is the 'coffee houses'. You can smell them. There are ' seeds' and tobacco for sale everywhere, even hash lollipops you can buy in the market.
... is rarely here apparently) and a lovely way to end our tripping around before we head back to Cologne on Wednesday. A bit of a nanna nap for Adrienne in an attempt to lessen an awful headache, whilst I researched supermarket, info centre, tours, etc. Adrienne's headache didn't improve so I took myself off to buy her some pills, then to the supermarket for supplies. Dined then bed.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed