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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... morning... so I did quite well to even get up.
After a few hours of rest-ation, Laurence, Greg, Kim and Clayton showed up to get ready for the pub crawl that we had planned to go on that night.. I must say Claire, Kristy and I were not enthused by the whole thing. Anyway Laurence whined like a little girl, played the birthday card and forced us to join the pub crawl. There was a free drink at the first bar and then pre-mixed shots ...
... then settled in for the
This morning I drew on my emergency kit for the cold
medicine I stashed. My goal was to just
take it easy and tour the Rijksmuseum, the Netherlands biggest and best which has
been under renovation for the last several years and only reopened this
year. Jump the tram, make one change and
I’m dropped right in front of the museum.
There’s a line ...
... The oldest profession became fully legalized and regulated in 2000, and a lot has changed in this area since my last visit with my family around that time. The pimp who tried to offer my dad and I a family plan is long gone. These women are self-employed, certified, regulated and they decide what services and to whom they provide. Regardless of what you might think about all of this behavior, what I find interesting is you don't see many locals visiting the ...
... Christchurch. The railway stations have special bike –parking garages. I understand Central Station has space for 2500 cycles, & from what I saw it was full with the overflow in other areas as well. Everywhere I went in The Netherlands the bicycle was the 'King of the Road’ & just shows how environment controls cultures with a large population & not enough land. Age was no barrier & I ...
... oily they go well straight down the hatch but really good on toast first thing in the morning. Wine is on the shopping list too and European wines are easily available and not expensive. Just like NZ there are expensive dealers and more realistic dealers. We check most of them out :)
We also enjoy catching a tram to an unknown destination. It affords a good insight in to the neighborhoods and it is not long before you get to know the various standards of suburbs.