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... was dark and saw the beauty that Amsterdam was at night. It's hard to imagine Nazi soldiers walking this street. In fact, no one was walking here tonight.
I was out of the center...bars where quiet, shops were closed.
It was my Amsterdam. I could have been the only person there for all i know.
And i rode.
No trams were there to hit me, no other cyclists to run me down.
I rode in the middle of the road all the way home, back ...
... here means two seasons wait in Australia. Without resisting the temptation, we shop... We shop. Leaving the high street we make our way past Vondelpark, the main park of central Amsterdam, before heading home. A home cooked meal tonight to save a bit of cash. We decide around 10pm we need to see the red light district......maybe not really my thing, but convince otherwise we done the coats, scarves and gloves and we are off. Only a short 2 km walk and we find ...
... we didn’t think we could fit our car through. We went over bridges, along curvy scary roads with no guard rails (Croatia), along the Sea and through the flat flat lands of the Netherlands. Oh, and lest we forget to give a shout out to the tunnels. So many tunnels. So so so many tunnels.
In the end, we saw a tremendous amount, had an amazing time, met a bunch of great people and most importantly we’ve made amazing memories that the four of us will ...
... 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. ...
... I have in my life for granted and make the most of every chance I get. I am lucky to even be here, as all of my great-grandparents were Jewish and survived the Holocaust, and moved in time to give my grandparents (and eventually my parents and me) a new life in the United States, and I am so happy that they did.
The final really big moment at the Anne Frank house almost brought me to tears. In the tour, there was a book of all the names of people who ...