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Yes the end to our time in France ended badly......first of all the train to the main station shut its doors with a dozen or so people still on the platform, including Steve and I.......while James and Peter were on the train! Luckily there was only one stop and the boys managed to get off and wait for us, despite the very next train arriving on a different platform, which briefly panicked us. Stupid French trains!! On ...
... about an hour from the city, so an interesting journey seeing lots along the way, its so green and leafy,and small villages on the water,the water ways filled with water Lilly's and pretty ducks. We passed through farms, with small herds of healthy cows,and good vegetable gardens,and wondered if this was the sort of place our Dutch friends grew up in..
This is an old ship, but very comfortable and lots of very smart ...
... s the only time I’ve
been caught in the rain for this whole journey! That called for a pause for tea and apple cake
at the museum café, and by then, it was 4pm and my late afternoon museum strategy
worked perfectly. There was no lineup, and the museum was relatively quiet. The best part of the Rijksmuseum is the Grand Gallery, filled with paintings by the Dutch Old Masters - Rembrandt, ...
... the trusty police and a huge “Casino” sign lit up, I managed to find some cash and get back to the bar without getting too turned around in this city that was laid out like a wheel. We spent some more time at the pub and watched the resident cat try to take a nap on one of the chairs. Once the bar started to fill up and we had watched most of the football game that was on, we decided to go walk around and check out the red light district since we had missed it
... as it is Friday night, but we score a park right next to the canals, near some cafes and not far from the main canal and all the action.
We cook a nice dinner and the smells are wafting out of the camper and passerbys must think "that smells ok"
The cafes start to get busy and it's about 8.00pm so we walk into town, takes us about 15 minutes walking along the main river and taking loads of photos.
We are amazed at how many ...