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... it was now time to go as the museum was closing.
Rain had fallen while we were in the museum, so we started walking back to the hotel. Spotting a Friet and Falafal restaurant, we ducked in for a quick bite.
After, we headed back to our hotel, enjoying the many lights of Amsterdam. Time for bed.
And what of the 100 Days? Well, today was the 100th day in Europe for both Mac and Josie.
Tomorrow: The Vincent Van Gogh Museum and the ...
... centuries. In about 1150, a group of women came together to live in a religious community, primarily to look after the sick. These were, in effect, the first ‘Beguines’ although the name was not yet used. The current homes with traditional Dutch facades were built in the 18th century, and remodeled by Queen Juliana in the 1980's.
... In most places in Europe, riding a bike is a more reasonable option rather than driving, but Amsterdam takes it to a new level. They have their own traffic laws for bikes, and the people get extremely upset if you break them. In my two days there I have seen multiple fights from people on bicyles, whether it be verbal, or physical to the point of getting off their bikes and having to be held back. Many bikers also will push other bikers if they are ...
... imagine the crush in the rail tunnels to sideshow alley at the EKKA on peoples day and that's what this was like). Not a great introduction to Amsterdam haha One of the ladies on our tour came back with her bag strap almost cut through by a pick pocketer. For a bit of relief we boarded for a canal cruise. Luv'd all the houseboats moored along the canal and enjoyed just cruising taking in some amazing buildings. Once aboard the ship again ...
Woke 6.45am nice breakfast. Temperature 21. Left 8am on bus an excursion to the windmills of Zaanse Schans. Tour of a working windmill. Interesting seeing the dykes with the paddocks lower (below the water level). On the way saw a motor scooter and then a small car on the bike path too slow to get a picture. Back on board ...