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... and seeing the Dutch win so many gold medals……). Kat and the boys went to Mallorca for a week’s vacation in May as well, while I was off to Hong Kong for a meeting. In March we spent a weekend in Barcelona where I ran the marathon with a bunch of colleagues and got under 4 hours for the first time. We did another weekend in Barcelona with the two of us in June for the wedding of Reggy and Mariska in Sitges and celebrated our ...
... hope was lost (the only hotels left were in the 1000$/night range) I refreshed Booking.com and someone had cancelled at a nice 3 star hotel at a price that lower than we were about to pay for the AirBnB.. the choice was obvious, the hotel was booked in less than a minute.
After enjoying a great breakfast of bacon and eggs at a small cafe we dropped our bags off at the hotel, and headed out to enjoy the city. The city is ...
... grin on her face, I am horny as hell and start making out with her, I'm not sure if my mouth was even producing saliva because it was numb. She stops me, she says she's freaking out a bit. As we lay there she starts rubbing me up and kissing me, ripping my clothes off as she does. I've never had sex stoned before, let me tell you. Wow. I felt like a dildo, I felt like I was watching everything happen but it wasn't me, the only part of me that existed right now was my cock. ...
... that lasted for 200 years. In 1625, the Dutch settled what they call New Amsterdam, now known as Manhattan Island. In 1815, their Great Canal was built. Of course, one can't forget Rembrandt or Van Gogh nor the 100,000 Jews that were deported by the Nazi occupation during WW2.
We started our walk heading for Dam Square--the main square in the town. There are bicyclists all over the city. There are even bicycle garages. If you ever go, ...
... you do have to be vigilant, or you will get run over very quickly.
We have a great 4 hour visit/tour of the city, then have a very nice dinner at Brasserie von Bayerle, just a few blocks down the street from our hotel. It is sunny as we walk there, but we are shocked that a deluge has commenced while we were eating. Thankfully, the restaurant gives us an umbrella to use for our journey home, otherwise we would have been soaked!!
After a great ...