Inn Old Amsterdam
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... that I got to see it having read the book MANY years ago.
We walked back to the Metro and headed for the ship. We registered, went to our rooms, had a light lunch and waited for the luggage. I was not feeling well so I took a nap and at four the luggage came. We unpacked and met the Chews for dinner. How much fun it is to be with them again! We can talk all day and still again all night!
... which was different for our last trip and really made the city spectacular. We wandered around some of our favourite streets, founds anno 1865 and the Albert Heinz to pick up sprinkles and such. The park on Johnny jordanplein and then some window shopping. It is much busier here than last time but as we moved away for the main streets it was quite pleasant. The canals were sparkling with the sun out and we wished we could stay a few ...
Today was a chance to get in the van and venture outside of Amsterdam. We had a loop planned from Amsterdam, visiting Edam, Volendam, and Marken, before returning to Amsterdam for the evening. All of these destinations are quite close to Amsterdam, but a world away.
Driving out of Amsterdam on our way to Edam, the scenery quickly changed from cityscape to open fields of crops, horses, sheep, cows, windmills, and small towns and villages. ...
... sporadic, and WhatsApp, a texting app we downloaded was not working. We spent about 45 minutes looking for each other and getting more and more worried. We even had Sarah paged. We finally found each other, thank goodness! We had reserved a taxi to transport us to our apartment and the poor taxi driver was waiting for us all that time. On the ride to the apartment (15 mins), Ton, our driver checked his email on the ...
... Gogh used cheap paint and that much of the blue that we see in his work was originally purple from which the red has faded. I note that the museum is family-friendly with treasure hunts and special children's activities throughout the museum.
Indonesia was a Dutch colony until 1945 and few tourists leave Amsterdam without tasting rijsttafel (literally rice table), a colonial dish combining numerous Indonesian foods, at one of the ...