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It didn't take long for me to get to bed after that.
But what started as a grumpy start to this city has ended
with heaps of friends and a fresh outlook. So long as I don't
need to talk to that girl again.
... which is very interesting in many respects. Located on one of Amsterdam's prestigious canals, the Herengracht, it was built in 1619 in Dutch Renaissance style for a wealthy merchant. During the 17th-century the building changed owners several times, until it was sold to the Moravian Church and refurbished for use as a church, with the facade replaced by an 18th-century classic gable. It became a site for concerts ...
... Anne Frank Huis (house). The sky is perpetually grey in Copenhagen so this was quite a treat. Back to Ms. Frank...once again I learned so much more than my previous visit years back. We were told of her brief time in Germany before moving to the Netherlands to escape the SS troops and to my surprise, her rather wonderful happy time in Amsterdam. She went to school, had friends, spoke fluent Dutch etc which I had not remember from my last visit. Of course, this changed ...
... and then rode through the Rijksmuseum, by the ice skating rink and behind the Van Gogh Museum to get to the grocery store, Albert Heijn. We grabbed what we needed for Taco Tuesday and then zipped back to the apartment on our bikes. Weeeeeeee!!!!
I was a little nervous at first but seem to be getting the hang pretty quickly (although busy intersections can be a bit overwhelming) and felt confident after my first ride. Elizabeth made some Mexican cheese dip and ...
... to?" I ask. She thinks about it for a while trying not to smile, she reluctantly admits she wants me next to her. She is being very cute this morning.
For a change I manage to sleep on the bus in an upright position with her on my lap. After the first toilet stop I have her laughing a lot, in between the laughing I notice she looks sadder. On the way to Amsterdam she had been telling me all about how badly she can't wait to be home: to see her mum, 'russel' her ...