Blue Moon Bed & Breakfast Amsterdam
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We are at Amsterdam. Our hotel has lost of stairs we could not believe it it was hard for my dad to get two massive bags up the stairs. When we got in there was a cat his name was Mike and anothrer cat was lala. After we put our bags in are room we went looking around Amsterdam we went to a pancake bakery,and then to the van Gogh ...
... I snapped down the blinds,and off we went, to be more as we crossed China, well probably was, it was unsettled for a lot of the time, but suddenly it was half way.
I enjoyed, early this morning,when I watched Russia near St Petersberg,and saw the forests, many lakes and little towns.Later the Baltic, with Visby,and then Denmark,and Holland , as we came in to land, so lovely ..the country side,canals, windmills, yes ...
... t sleep in. The taxi was early, and so was I, and on the way to the airport at 4:30. I got there at 0500, and it isn’t a huge airport.
It kind of felt like Edmonton Intl. Except there was a huge number of people checking in for a dozen flights, all leaving before 0700, flying off to places like Tel Aviv, Milan, Paris, Stockholm….not so much like Edmonton! I was through security and having ...
... women and from all parts of the world. At this point we were done trying to keep the different languages straight as they were all blending together.
A little later in the day we decided to try a bar recommended by Berit. I still can't pronounce it but it was under an old windmill, was a microbrewery and had an ostrich as a symbol so it had to be good. This was in a completely different area from where we had been. It was nice
walking that was since it was so different. It ...
... fact that there was an open corner store with more milk than a dairy farm two blocks up the road). Graduate school has a way of isolating people, and then, like a lion going after gazelles, picking off the weakest ones (which is most of us at one time or another. The university even has an entire page for grad students entitled "Stress and Depression"). So, even if just because of that, I'd repeat this experience in a heartbeat.