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... they had an awesome pasta carbonara. Almost as good as Gio's! ;-)
By the time we had to head out to the museum it had stopped raining! We took the bus and then the tram to MuseumPlein. There was indeed a line to get in the museum but since I bought the tickets online, we just breezed through and they scanned the bar code on my phone to let us in.
Brian and I both enjoyed the museum. It was crowded but it was ...
... apartment. The church itself was beautiful, but once we got there I realized I confused the English and Danish mass times… So we listened to Danish for an hour and had no idea what was going on. Halfway through service the priest disappeared from the front and all of a sudden appeared at a floating podium thing halfway down one of the walls. The pews in the first half of the church have benches on both sides, so they sat on the other side so ...
... it hard to navigate. For the first time in Amsterdam I felt like tourist. We had been zipping around on bikes all day and had soon become accustomed to the rhythm. Who were these drunk ******** just walking around??
It was sort of how I imagined it would be. Tits on display, gangs of bros walking around goading each other, disenfranchised locals, fascinated elderly gawkers, and us.
Stopped into ...
Amsterdam has been my favorite so far. For some reason I just really love everything about it. From Brussels we took a bus to Amsterdam so we were really lucky to be able to see the country side of Holland. Once we arrived at the bus station in Amsterdam we checked into our hostel and got ourselves settled in. We were in a room with 4 other guys and only one bathroom/shower so you can imagine how stinky that got. The weather was nice so we decided ...
... try to tell you what their specials are and that the restaurant is really good. I think we walked passed 20 of the "best" restaurants in Amsterdam.
All in all, we figured between the 2 days, we walked at least 10 miles criss-crossing the city, which is incredibly exhausting. Even though we didn't actually plan anything or anywhere to go, the trip was so much fun and a nice break after a long week of classes. I really like travelling.