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... We saw the smallest house in Amsterdam which is one window wide. It’s on the top floor of a very old building. The captain explained to us about the large amount of beer consumption that occurred here years ago was due to the fact that it was better to drink beer than water because the water was contaminated. Don’t know what the reason is today though! At one point we passed through the ...
... of other American students who are also studying abroad. It's so cool to hear all of their backgrounds and future plans, we're all just young adults trying to make the most of our prime years! After arriving at our hostel, Bob's Youth Hostel, we went out to go find a place for a late dinner. We got some authentic Holland food that mostly consisted of beef (which was so appetizing considering we have been protein deprived for the past month). After dinner, ...
... driving for three hours, took a 45 minute break then 2 more hours to our final destination in Monneckendam, Netherlands. This city is located on the channel right outside of Amsterdam. Here we settled into our very very junky hotel... we were surprised apparently it was labeled as a 4 star hotel online.. not really.
We ate our dutch meal and headed into the city where we walked the red light district and the canals. Such a beautiful evening in the city!
... De Kooning, and it was all downhill from there. Well, at least for Steve. Mandy did find merit in some of the more modern pieces of art. At least we could take photos in this Museum although there were plenty of works we didn’t want to waste our precious memory cards on.
On our second full day we visited the recently restored Rijksmuseum, an impressive building which is home to the city’s more classical works of art. There were a couple of ...
... constructed between the years of 1370 and 1538 - almost a two hundred year project! It's massive organ was built in 1735 and took three years to finish and this same organ has also been played by composers like Mozart and Handel. The entirety of the floor is composed of slabs of rock that are gravestones dating back as early as the 15th century.
After our long day of touring we decided it would be time for some food, so my ...