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... sense sometimes of 'keeping up' among travelers. "Oh, you've been to Prague? I haven't yet gone there, but what about Sevilla. Oh? You've never been? Pity." I try my best to avoid this smugness but it often creeps in when you least expect. Travel shouldn't be a competition, however that fear of missing out is often a huge driver for the wanderlust among us.
And isn't that the perfect example of confidence and humility? ...
... I think they overbooked it. There were people standing in the isles. Not a lot of baggage space either. Because the train was so full I had to store my bag instead of dumping it on a spare seat next to me. After Rotterdam the train was quite easy, lots of room, although I had to change trains at Leiden central, which I think is like the Seymour of Amsterdam. Nearly got left on the train because I didn't hear the ...
... 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!
Well we can now reveal our trip back to the UK to attend Caroline's surprise birthday party - had to keep it under wraps in case she saw the blog. We left Amsterdam early Saturday (slight hiccup when we discovered that the free ferry to Cental Station we planned to take to get the train to the airport didn't run till 9.30 on Saturday morning but we eventually made it ok) and landed in ...
... for not realising the sheer popularity of the museum and booking online a long time in advance. The online tickets had sold out when I looked a fortnight ago. After shivering outside in a cold wind for ages, I was second in the queue inside when the guy closed the house for 10 minutes as it was too crowded. I couldn't believe it! I was very happy when I finally made it past the pay desk. Visiting the Anne Frank house is a personal experience. ...