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... slouch against each other and lean forward and it looks like it must be a fake city that will fall over if the wind blows. The canals are huge and the interaction between the cars/scooters/bikes/pedestrians is so interesting to watch. Our hostel is nice, new, retro and very clean with tiny thin little hallways, it looks like a boat house on the way to the rooms. We walked to get our bikes and seriously the whole time I was in awe of this place I have heard ...
... Enjoyed waffles, berries & cream after our breakfast 'doggy bag' snack sandwiches. Drove through the city of Amsterdam and saw the amazing canal system which basically spider webbed the whole city. So many bicycle riders everywhere riding fast! Apparently they have right of way, even over pedestrians. We were nearly wiped out quite a few times today! They just ring their bell or horn and expect you ...
... an hour of touring, we call it a night, head back to the hotel and Mr. Morpheus.
Art Theft Update - no sign of my single remaining pursuer - the smaller, pale man, or of any of his gang of gypsies - on this day in Amsterdam. Once again, I pass a newspaper stand mid-morning, and see a photo of the gypsy who fell from the Tower in Cologne, and of the large, dark man who was bisected by the windmill blade in Kinderdijk, with captions below each, speculating on ...
... Within the hour, we were at Amsterdam Centraal Station!
Since we only brought large pieces of luggage to Germany, Andy and I have been challenging ourselves to only take a backpack for weekend trips (more of a challenge for me than Andy, as I'm sure you could imagine). This past weekend was the first time I've packed for three nights in my backpack, and I'm proud to say that I was able to fit everything I needed! I'm so proud of myself. :-) Anyways, so when ...
... Heineken is throughout the world. You can get it anywhere in Europe, South America, and the U.S. along with many other places.
Again, Amsterdam is unlike any other place I have been to because they do not have their own cuisine, except french fries. The food was still good, it just wasn't necessarily authentic, since we ate at a Mexican Restaurant and the Hard Rock Cafe. Also, another thing about Amsterdam is how seriously they take ...