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... train ride for me. We finally made it, and took a taxi from the station to our hotel, Meininger. We checked in to an old repurposed warehouse (really cool looking place) and I took a hot shower and went straight to bed around 1 AM. We had such a great time in Amsterdam. I understand the magic of this city and why we met so many people who had been visiting it for decades of their lives. It's a fantastic place. We didn't want to leave, but it's time to explore somewhere ...
Now I am sitting in the airplane with just 2 hours left until we land in Tanzania. I did sleep for about 4 of those hours! Whoohoo! Our plane was pretty much on time leaving Amsterdam. I met up with Cindy right before we boarded in Amsterdam. When I got to seat, I noticed an elderly African woman sitting in it. I had chosen the widow, because that is the best place to sit if you want to sleep against the wall. I told her that my seat was ...
... leap in April it was because our Spanish VISA application gave the entire industry an unexpected second quarter surge! - Holy **** that was a lot of paperwork). Anyway, our marriage survived the organizational challenges and the team building required to move to another country and get all said documents in place for that.
Once we had all the stuff done for the application the four of us drove to DC the first week of April and submitted our application with ...
... in their display windows. But we all quickly concluded that these must be members of the "B-Team", as they did not qualify as "hard bodies" by any stretch of our imaginations.
Finally, we meandered our way to the Dollebegijnensteeg, a narrow alley where the quality of the merchandise on display began to resemble "A-Team" material. Although at this time of day many of the display windows were empty, we did manage a peek at a dozen or so scantily ...
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I am not sure if that is an original comment and I may well be plagiarising, but it is certainly my description of Amsterdam. The Gateway, literally, geographically and of course, metaphorically.
It is a bit of London, Rome, Venice, Prague and although I am yet to visit, I would say a little piece of Paris as well.
I would like to retract an earlier statement in that I said the fact that I loved both New York and Amsterdam was coincidental. Maybe there ...