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It was rainy today, but not horrible. We spent the morning walking to see the places where famous Americans lived and worked in the 1920s, starting with Hemingway's second house, the one above the sawmill, the one he talks about a lot in A Moveable Feast. It is now part of an "Alsatian School" … presumably for children, not dogs. We then peered inside the Café of Cloisters de Lilas, where he frequently worked. The café is very beautiful, both on the inside, ...
... visit. What an incredible story, never the less very sadder to say the least. The rest of day was spent meandering around this magical little hideaway. Found a funky restaurant, best steak we have had for a while, washed down with local beer.
Thoroughly enjoying our stay in Amsterdam…..I’ll be back, cutest clogs, crazy people, yummy cheese, and tulips…..oh and chocolate…once again my weakness….YUM!
... Don't know why that is. Anyway I saw quite a variety of stoned people; young travellers, young stoners, old experimental people, old sad people, the occasional lone stoner in the corner of the room and of course the quintessential hippy stoner. I am so conservative that the only thing I could think of when I was in a coffee shop looking at the marijuana was - I hope this smoke doesn't make my coat smell.
So that is ...
... definitely rule the streets there! After about an hour of walking throughout the streets and in and out of shops we got in line at the Anne Frank Museum. The line was long, but it went quickly. The museum is the actual hiding place of Anne Frank and her family. It was a real emotional experience but I am glad we saw it. After the museum we continued to explore the city. Along the canals we saw lots of house boats and people canal cruising. Every aspect of the city ...
Mir geht es sehr gut hier in Amsterdam!
Das Studium gefaellt mir
super. Der Kurs ist genau das richtige und macht richtig spass. Mein
Hauptfach, Management, ist zwischendurch etwas langweilig und
anstrengend, aber die Tourismus Vorlesungen sind der Hammer. Gefaellt
mir alles richtig gut.
Ein anderer grosser Teil des Studiums ist die
Projekt arbeit. Dieses Quartal hatten wir das thema innovation und
mussten mit ...