De Lastage Apartments
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... here were going on boat voyages where only 1 in every 3 boats launched returned safely. This led to a lot of widows and single mothers who had to feed their families, so they turned to prostitution in order to provide. Diego also told us that a former prostitute used the money she made to put herself through school, and she established an organization that helps prostitutes find housing, pay taxes, get regular STD tests, and the like. Fascinating stuff. ...
... to be shared with millions years since. It was inspiring to see so many people waiting in line, mostly young people. Compassion in this world is as strong as ever.
We made our way back to the meeting point and took the hour long bus trip back to the hotel. We will have our last dinner with Paul, our bus driver, and then get up early in the morning to make our way back to Germany for our last day in Europe!
... 8230;well, mostly overcast, if you don’t count the ******* rain and blustering wind.
I think I have this mental thing about weather. If it is January in the Northern Hemisphere and it is cold…I am like “okay, yeah, that makes sense, I will deal with that” - I don’t like it. But I get it.
But when it is freaking almost June and I am still wearing a winter coat - I am like “Hell no!”
With weather ...
... the many food vendors and makeshift booths where various games and novelty items were available. When we reached the Herengracht, we headed south toward our apartment, which provided a good viewing spot to watch the spectacle on the canal.
The real action was being played-out on the waterways, as thousands of brightly decorated boats packed the narrow Amsterdam canals, and the merrymakers on board provided us with many laughs and ...
... He defeated the French and I think the Spanish and more than held his own against the might of the English Fleet. He was wealthy enough to hang his boots up in his forties but patriotic enough to answer the call to duty for Holland for another 30 or so years and eventually died in battle. He is a National Hero over here. Again, parallel to his career he accumulated wealth through trading.
Walking the streets of Amsterdam is both relaxing and entertaining. You don't know what ...