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... that but I think that's where I'd first heard of him and decided at that age it was important. I imagine Mum made it clear it was a painting to know about. And now I've seen some of the originals. Long way from Ben Lomond in 1970....
The guidebooks all say go to the Rijksmuseum early and so I got there a little after opening time. Here photography is allowed (amazingly) and you'll see why from the photos you want to be early! I was there with a few ...
... of church spires protrude up into the horizon. Lovely rolling countryside that reminds me of the highlands in NSW. Lots and lots of wind turbines....Tony Abbott must hate this place..lol. All the available land is under agriculture and Corn is up everywhere looking like it's time to harvest. Lots of Dairy farms as well with our train startling lots of " Fresions" we pass.. milkshakes. Once in Brussels it's onto the Coach ( strictly not a bus..... Fines for ...
... was massive departments of every kind of food and assistive culinary substances imaginable. Actually purchasing items was so annoying, I bought almost nothing but did snag a pink sweatshirt emblazoned with the word "Faraway". It captured my current state of mind so I braved the communal check out line & the terse cashier who made "Danka!" sound like a threat for the top & a replacement curling iron which of course will ...
... We watched the queue extend along the road and round the corner. A lot of keen people want to go there. It is one of the main tourist attractions.
We found some local bars, and did a bit of a crawl on the way back, having a beer at each. The beer here costs 2.50 euros per glass, which seems very affordable. Compare this to our first beer at the hard rock that was 6.75, and we were quite relieved. That was ...
Mother Nature must have been in a celebratory mood today, as clear skies provided the King's Day (also known as Koningsdag) revelers with almost ideal weather conditions. Although the temperature was still on the chilly side for us (low-to-mid-50s), late in the morning we joined the throngs of people strolling along the streets and along the canals throughout Amsterdam. We had been expecting quite a spectacle today, as the birthday of King ...