Garden View Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... need driverless cars, they need carless drivers.” This is such a true statement, we have been consumed with the novelty of a driverless car, with Google and Nissan fueling on this interest and developing models expected to be on the road in less than 5 years. But what good will this do in the long run? Perhaps these cars will be programmed to be especially careful when interacting with cyclists. However, there will still be the bulk of the problem on the road: they take ...
... and humid. We were told that this type of weather is not common here. Tons of people were out and about. I don't know if it's just a normal crowd or because of the weather, more people were out.
Next, we made our way to a small place for traditional Stroopwafel. It was a very small place but definitely well worth a visit (Amsterdam Stroopwafel). They make them right on the premises and also have a museum upstairs detailing ...
... and holding a coffee in the other. I wondered into a French cafe and had a leisurely breakfast of zucchini cake and a coffee. As I watched the world go by around me, a smell of deliciousness permeated the air as the chef started baking the fresh quiches and scones of the day, music of the roaring 20s created a calming atmosphere in the cafe. It was a heavenly moment.
Tomorrow I'm due to fly home! ...
... the rain came! This current exhibition focused on how his paintings were influenced by his background, painters who inspired him, his contempories and friends. So we saw not only his paintings but others as well. After coffee we take the tram to the Hermitage museum, an out post of the Russian museum. We saw two wonderful exhibitions, 'Alexander, napoleons and Josephine' about the relationship and art collected by all. It was really interesting. The other was called ' the ...
... amsterdam, met a bunch of people on the train en route. Two canadians (who had just spent the previous months backpacking around east africa), a french guy, and an american from buffalo studying in antwerp. Train ride in was pretty interesting; windmills dot horizon, land is completely and totally flat, modern skyscrapers in cities like rotterdam and the hague are visible on the horizon. Fields stretch as far as the eye can see, ...