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... burgers, wings, and wraps. After leaving, we passed a bakery, so we naturally went in. I had a gelato stuffed cannoli - it really hit the spot.
We walked around for a while, and on the way back came across a "coffee shop." Now there are coffee shops and cafes in Amsterdam. Cafes are for drinking coffee and eating food; coffee shops are where it is legal to sell pot and hash as well as smoke or inhale it inside. Amsterdam is known for their coffee shops and we checked it out ...
... buying stocks in the store. He was so happy. Fred noted to himself; it'll be much cheaper and so much more exciting for Dad to just buy him salted herring for his birthdays from now on, as opposed to a trip to Europe. Frank and Fred can't compete! While waiting for the train, the three of them also discussed the logistics for tonight. Audrey got in at about 8pm, and their train in Amsterdam about 7pm, so they agreed that it'd probably be cutting it too fine to get to Amsterdam, ...
... and is now the capital of the Netherlands as well as its most populous city. The old city center was formed by rings of canals with distinctive 17th century residences of wealthy merchants, financiers, doctors, lawyers, politicians and artists. Because of the lack of space, these unmistakable houses are extremely narrow and 4 to 5 stories high. They are characterized by big narrow windows, decorative gable roofs, extremely narrow stairs inside, and a pulley outside to ...
... on where he was, what he was doing, what was going on in this life, and who surrounded him. He basically spent his entire painting life learning and experimenting. He spent a lot of time with his contemporaries; Emile Bernard, Georges Seurat, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and Paul Gauguin. Van Gogh and Gauguin particularly spent a lot of time together. Gauguin said that a falling out between the two of them caused the ear incident. Van Gogh was not just friends ...
... area, where the real people live, work and play. There were several more house boats here. The canals have beautiful tree lined streets with stately homes facing the canals. These homes are 4 or 5 stories high. They usually have large windows, overlooking the canals. We took a walk to Dam Square, which is the center square for the town. It has your typical city hall, church, large square with a monument to the war. There is also a huge commercial area. Many ...