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... are dotted between pieces of installation art and workshops. The space is definitely being used creatively- an old crane has even been turned into a hotel! It was a great place to while away a sunny afternoon. Thanks Inge!
After just a day, it was time to move on again, and we headed for our first overnight train, the 19:01 to Warsaw.
Day 1: Amsterdam Hours awake in the last 24: 18 Best part of the day: lori seeing downtown Amsterdam for the first time We spent the majority of the day just walking up and down the streets of Amsterdam and checking out the architecture, the people and eating the food. We love this city and find the way the houses lean into the street and at all sorts of angles. ...
... We also stopped at a cheese farm; the farmer was telling us that cheese made by farmers in the Netherlands isn’t allowed to be exported, only the stuff that is made in factories and mass-produced is allowed. The farmer had about 40 cows whose milk was used to make his cheese, which was delicious! He also made clogs, the Netherlands’ famous shoes, for extra income. They were pretty impressive, he made loads of different patterned ones which were ...
To day we planned to explore Amsterdam.
The day started with a train ride into the city, and then once we got our bearings, we bought a map of the city and some tickets on the Canal Bus. This gave us a ride around the city canals and told us some of the history.
Our first stop was the Rijksmuseum. Our chance to catch up on so many famous master pieces. The Paintings were spectacular, include the Van Gogh ...
... a re-creation of a Brazilian barrio made of recycled materials. (World Cup fever has taken over Europe.) They also had a surprisingly good time at the Van Gogh Museum. One of Elias’ favorite paintings is Starry Night. Even though it wasn’t there, Van Gogh held enough interest to last at least an hour of whine-free viewing.
For the second half of our visit in Amsterdam, we stayed in a house boat in the Jordaan neighborhood. We felt very smug waving from our ...