Blue Moon Bed & Breakfast Amsterdam
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... of satay and noodles and grilled meats, and heaved ourselves out of there an hour later.
After lunch we visited the Begijnhof, which is a small enclave of religious sort-of nuns, steps away from the crazy of central Amsterdam. This tiny neighborhood has existed for centuries, and the modern city built up around it. But you step off the major pedestrian shopping street, with all its "XXX SEX" and beer signs, and suddenly ...
... the cyclist. Had to have hurt. She was helped by some people and under way in a short while but not without some pain no doubt. Did I mention the rain again?
The Van Gogh museum was a short five minute walk from the cafe. Once there, we had another twenty-five minute wait to get into the museum. We spent about two hours touring the three floors exhibiting Van Gogh's paintings and history of his life. Notably missing however were the "Potato Eaters" and ...
... with everyone giving a little speech. I was a lot more emotional than I expected to be and to everyone's surprise, I cried. I just couldn't help it. I'm going to miss these people a lot and I wish that we could live in this bike friendly city together forever. I guess this just means we'll have to make our hometowns bike friendly and have reunions all throughout the U.S. :)
This was one of the ...
Oh my gosh what a wonderful city! The flight from Birmingham is only an hour. We arrived at 8 am which meant we had the whole day ahead of us plus Sunday and Monday. We wondered the beautiful streets and went on a canal boat cruise during which we got to marvel at the beautiful houses and mansions lining the cobbled streets. By the time the cruise was over Jimmy had had enough of carrying our backpack around so ...