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... issues getting back together due to some issues with phones (texting in particular) which have now been resolved. We then headed back the way we had come but somehow missed our stop which was the last stop on the line - go figure. So we had to get off and then back on another one to eventually make it. We decided to eat at the De Gouden Reael Restaurant recommended by our hosts (of the apartment). It was superb albeit not cheap. This will be our farewell ...
... Baba's. We walked into a cloud of thick smoke and asked for the 'menu'. We had to order the weed from the 'office'. Sitting down furtively looking around, Caitlin rolled us a joint and lit the first one. Having finished with the joint we floated down the road to meet Shannon and Michaela for dinner. They had found us a nice outdoor eatery. None of us remember what we are but I do recall (and have photographic evidence of) michaela confidently rolling ...
... I've biked enough in the Netherlands to know that traffic will generally flow as quickly and continually as it can... wherever it can -- the other lane, the street, the sidewalk, etc. Aside from at a few lights, bicycle traffic never really stops here, at least not willingly. And when someone on a bike or on foot holds up the flow, there will rain down an angry cacophony of bells... and probably some shouting. It's fascinating to me that in situations where bikes ...
... the hotel. It's touted as being the museum of the Netherlands. Mostly art with some historical displays thrown in. Has a good representation of Dutch artists going back to the 1700's, including Rembrandt and Van Gogh. Even some general European artists like Monet. It was a very hard building to navigate and we probably missed a lot, but it was interesting.
Tomorrow we leave early for Switzerland, so I'll catch up with everyone from Lucerne.
... and enjoyed by all, arriving back at the hotel just after 9:00pm.
And that ends another long day, the pace now slows down with an 8:30 start tomorrow after a leisurely breakfast.
First call this morning is to a diamond factory, called Gassons where we saw both cutting and polishing.
Onwards to Volendam where we were given a demonstration on how to make clogs and ...