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... Amsterdam. She compared more direct arterial routes with less direct side street routes, and discussed how they're used, which were developed first (side streets), and how they're better or worse (streetlights versus few streetlights, readily available knowledge of routes versus developed knowledge of routes over time, etc).
We went to her office space and ...
As we were walking around town we stopped to take pictures on a bridge with the locks and the young man that offered to take our picture was from Canada with brother going to U of M. Small world.
Dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe and the end of a busy day.
Heading out at 8:00am to our next country, Germany. Our first stop there is Heidelberg.
... very pleasant and memorable afternoon.
At this point we decided to do a little exploring, so we walked toward Dam Square via the slightly-seedy Warmoesstraat, a street lined with pot and sex shops, which lies in the old part of Amsterdam bordering the famous Red Light District. At Dam Square, we turned south onto the pedestrian-only Kalverstraat, a shopping street packed with people and higher-end shops. Along the way, we paid a ...
... In the beginning we had to pretend we were rowing and at the end of the movie it showed all of us rowing into the Amsterdam harbor. It was amusing. Martha was rowing with on hand! May I add that Spencer would have loved this place. There were paintings,ship decorations,yacht models,maps,trophy's, navigational instruments and lastly an exhibit of stories from the Golden Age (17th century). Do to time we missed ...
... bike toss competitions with whichever bikes they can find that aren't bolted down to see who can get the furthest distance, and apparently they remove up to 10,000 of them each year! We had noticed right away that there are sooo many bikes in the city - everywhere you turn, there are bikes - but we learnt on the walking tour that Amsterdam actually has more bikes than people! There are 800,000 people and 900,000 bikes and the city has been the bicycle capital of ...