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... the bus for a quick tour of Amsterdam streets....looked better than on the canal tour
After our last delicious dinner on the ship, the boys walked over to the train station to find out how to check in, etc, then because we still had time we decided to wander through the Amsterdam nightlife....somehow we got "lost" and walked along a few of the red light alleys, which confirmed our earlier impressions - the old area of Amersterdam is a dirty, sleazy place
... the morning that we had only seen one supermarket so Amsterdam is definitely a city of cafe culture and markets.
Our final day stop was Magere Brug, which is a traditional double-leaf Dutch drawbridge connecting the River Amstel. Simon wasn't too impressed (apart from the fact that it was made of timber not steel) but I thought it was quite nice. It's meant to open every 20 minutes to let boats through ...
... caught out. There are lots of quotes from her diaries on the wall and videos of people talking about them, including one of her father who was the only one in the family to survive. You can also see her actual diaries on display.
After Anne Frank we went and relaxed by a canal in the sun while waiting to take a boat ride. There are so many boats on the water between the taxi boats, tour boats and people hiring boats its a wonder they dont have ...
... Steen, de Hooch and Rembrandt, including getting up close and personal with the famous Night Watch painting. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the artists, their painting styles and messages they were trying to portray. He pointed out many things about the various paintings we viewed including the sexual innuendos of the times.
We left the museum, walked across the street to one of the many canals to board a sightseeing ...
... this tour, the last time we were in Amsterdam in 2009, it was undergoing renovations so we couldn't see it.
Afterwards, Clem & I went to the Rinks Museum, this too we couldn't see last time we were here as it was also undergoing renovations.
We got there just after 12 & it was crowded, there was a special exhibit of a private ...