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... your way. I would've thought that biking in amsterdam would be safe and easy, considering all of the special considerations they give to bikers. However, I think it's somehow easier to bike around in the US. Even though a lot of places don't have bike lanes, american streets are wider and the cities are more spread out, so it's more simple and straightforward.
-There are beggars and poor people here just like in the US (dunno ...
... happy to find, taste and order a large cup of creamy tomato soup with pesto accompanied by a fresh & flaky cheese covered croissant stick! Rasta & I felt so happy and content enjoying this delicious soup in the windowsill of Elizabeth's apartment on a cold Friday afternoon. I was also feeling very confident/independent after my brave bike mission and comedic interaction with the loud, boisterous Greek man who seemed more surprised with my own gusto towards life. ...
... full of partitions leading only one way and that is to the army of US officials whose sole purpose is to put you through security a second time.... Worldwide security standards clearly don't cut the mustard for our American brothers for whom the system was a brainchild in our post 9/11 world. No liquids over 100 ml, no jackets, coat tops or sweaters, no shoes, no electronics, in my case iPad, iPhone, camera and the array of chargers needed for these devices. x ...
... Our dishes came in small bowls but were plenty for the two of us. We liked the lamb, the pork, the beef stew, but weren't too thrilled with the chicken thighs.
Also on the platter were two boiled eggs served with a hot sriracha sauce. The vegetables were a bit mushy, so we skipped those. The side salad was made of cucumber and green beans. We liked the side toppings, which consisted of roasted coconut, fried beans of some sort and what I would call a bread and ...
... interesting armor and weapons exhibit in addition to all the famous Dutch Master paintings you'd expect.
This was our first trip where Colin has been posting to instagram. He's been following friends from school who are traveling in Greece and Brazil (World Cup) at the same time. Much more immediate experience than me waiting to get time to post to this blog. :-)