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... old Latin Quarter of Amsterdam and is the largest street market in the Netherlands. BUT Amsterdam isn’t a great place for tourists who aren’t into culture on Sunday’s and alas there was no market there!
Our bad Sunday luck continued as the next plan was to go to Westerkerk, a lovely church from the 17th century where Rembrandt is buried, which is next to the Anne Frank House. I was again ...
... Delta was in area 3.
I had tried to check in yesterday but kept getting pushed out of the system part way through the process. So, we had to stand in line to check in even though we weren't checking baggage. The line moved fast and soon we were on our way to our gate. We both wanted a coffee and there were many places to get one, but we had been told that the plane was boarding in 20 minutes so didn't feel that we had time. ...
... although Alan carried his own. I must count the steps, as she says there are 90 steps with a steep gradient like a spiral staircase. After walking all over Amsterdam today we still managed without a problem. There's life in the old guys yet!
Today (Friday) has been quite a bit cooler so we were glad of our coats and Alan needs to remember his gloves and beanie tomorrow. Walking through this lovely flat city is a joy as all the canals and ...
... no truth when it comes to me at all. I rather optimistically set off and failed miserably within the first 50m, I had three run ins one with a local who screamed at me in a presume Dutch, one with Sabrina and one with Billy, when I got on the road and cars came veering towards me I hit the brakes so hard I almost flipped over the handle bars. I did the walk of shame with bicycle back to the start. Maybe bike riding isn't for me, Billy and I were destined to do a ...
... way back in 6th grade in Vancouver about 1066 and all that. Tonight we are footsore and pooped. 9/30 St. Malo -- our pleasant trip took a turn for the worse. While descending from a viewing platform at Pointe du Hoc, Diane turned her left ankle on a rock and took a tumble. The results -- swollen ankle, skinned hand, bruised elbow, and bruised lower back!, she is soldiering on and after finally getting some sleep last night is feeling a bit better. We have decided ...