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... able to find the train station, etc. we would not have made our overnight train and would have had to take a series of other trains instead, prohibiting sleep and potentially leaving us stranded in a train station for up to six hours instead while we waited for our next train.
... 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 ...
I think they all enjoyed their meal...
Either way I was glad to spend my Thanksgiving with these lovely ladies. I enjoyed sharing my traditions and food with them.
... excited about this attraction! And an experience it was! We were given the history, shown the process and then we were made into a beer - yes, you read that right! One of the experiences is in an interactive room where you are shown a video of the beer making process and you "ride along" with the bumps, water falling down on you, bubbles falling around you and the process of being "capped" - a bit of fun to make what would normally be an uneventful tour ...
... of being a place of religious tolerance. This is where many have come to escape religious persecution. What an amazing legacy that is. As we watch the news here and see the images of the Gaza Strip and Ukraine it makes me so thankful to live in Canada where we have such freedom and also reminds me to not take my freedoms for granted.
Some inspiration from the diary of Anne Frank..."One day this terrible war will be over. The time will come when we'll be ...