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... moved on to the village of Edam...you guessed it...where they make Edam cheese. It's a tiny little village where all the buildings are leaning one way or another or bowing outward in various directions. I suppose every region has its hazards. We are no different. We have hurricanes; they have sinking ground. Its hard to imagine that the locals liked us traipsing around the streets peeking in their windows. Nevertheless, we did. The guide told us, and ...
... and were named tulips because of the shape of the flower. Looks like an upside down turban which is, yes you guessed it, when translated from Turkish you get tulip. Alright, we are very tired and must get some rest. So we must get that rest and will meet you tomorrow in Belgium. Hunting down pastries and chocolates! Try to be on time please. We will meet you at the dock. While in Amsterdam we had partly cloudy skies and 68 degrees. Very ...
... the owners of the toy stores. I went in for the show at around 9 pm (no queues) and by the time I came out at 10:30 pm, there was a queue as long as a distance of 3 blocks in NYC! I patted myself for the good choice.
Phew! Didn't think it would take this long an article to explain my 3-day experience. That's how awesome Amsterdam is!
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... but talented man, Vincent struggled with depression and it showed in some, not all of his work. Some of his pieces are happy and bright, such as his many sunflowers. His best period might be considered to be his time in Arles with all of the bright sunlight, flowers and people. His self portraits reflect his inner mood at the time, from happy to lonely and depressed.
After the museum, we walked out to the, let's call it a ...
... place, so were forced to postpone our visit until later in the day. Instead, we walked along the tiny Molsteeg street past the crooked facades of several houses whose foundation pilings have settled over the centuries (a common problem in Amsterdam).
In a few minutes we reached the Torensluis Bridge across the Singel canal, where we began to encounter many picturesque scenes of canal homes, cobblestone streets, shops, cafes, and hordes of bicyclists zipping ...