Parkzijde Bed & Breakfast
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I left Casper today and headed towards somewhere I've been
But the last time I was there...well we all know how that
This time I was determined to see all of the things I wanted
to, make new friends and generally have ...
... the cannabis plant! Later, Lucy even treated me to lunch. Thank you ladies for making another year of barnacles seem tolerable!
We walked to the tour office to secure tickets for the 1-o'clock champagne cruise on a so-called "salon boat", which normally carries a maximum of 25 passengers. However, when we arrived at the dock in front of the train station, we discovered to our surprise that we would be the only passengers! After ...
... tour near anne frank house.
Had lunch at a dutch place. Dutch food is sort of a happy medium between english and german (not unlike their language as well, actually). Had some sort of mashed potatoes with gravy and a meatball. Met up with the latin american people later on, went to a pub, said our goodbyes (uruguayans are going to berlin today, venezuelan londoner going back to work, other venezuelan going on to barcelona).
... out so I just decided to hang out and do a little cooking in Elizabeth's kitchen. I made myself scrambled cheesy eggs for breakfast, did some laundry and then walked to the other neighborhood coffee shop (basically right next door to the first one I went in) and was much more impressed with the products and people working at Super Skunk than Easy Times. After that little adventure, I came back and decided to make enchiladas for dinner out of ...
... interesting thing on the wall was a super old yearbook picture of Britney Spears back in the mid 1990's!
We spent the evening at the Rijksmuseum, home to some pretty famous painters like Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Van Gogh. Outside of the Rijksmuesum was one of the famous "I Amsterdam" signs. I didn't know before, but apparently the signs constantly are moved throughout the city so people can take pictures with them near all the famous landmarks. I was happy since ...