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... it, you dont even have to go to the Heineken brewery or the Anne Franks house. I didnt and I didnt feel like I missed out.
I am a sucker for architecture, weird facts and art history however. And taking the canal cruises (though kinda pricey, but worth it since I cant walk for too long) was great coz I got to be on the water, and listen to a tour guide point out random funny fact about streets and houses and designs and how things were done back in the day.
Before I left my new home this year I saw some of my friends one last time for a long time. The end of my travels are unknown right now.
It was nice having all of them and my family around me. This is what made it even harder to say BYE.
But all in all I just couldn't wait to be free again...or just to feel free and myself again.
Well, on 18th Nov. My mum and Kay were travelling together with me to Amsterdam where my flight towards Christchurch, NZ ...
... able to jump into another lane and get the tickets we needed.
We only spent a few hours in Amsterdam itself. We did have time to walk along some of the canal-lines streets, take in the scenery, dive out of the way of mad-capped cyclists, enjoy a beer at a pleasant outdoor cafe, and tour the Anne Frank House.
We returned to the hotel in time for dinner and a final, quiet evening before the long plane ride back to the good ol' ...
... Quite beautiful and relaxed!! Another spot of shopping and people watching and it was back to the hotel for a self pedicure and facial to scrub to spoil ourselves on our final night in Amsterdam! And pleasantly surprised to find "Friends" on TV! Woo!!
Tomorrow we catch the Hispeed train from Amsterdam to Brussels, Belgium where I imagine some indulgence in Waffles, Chocolate and Beer will take place!!
Tots Ziens Amsterdam!! I will miss you!!
Laurzy over and out ...
Our hostel in Amsterdam was close to the train station in the red light district. The city is amazing with canals everywhere and everything is close so we walked everywhere. Did a walking tour which was really informative about the Dutch history and why the city is like it is. Also got to watch a bit of cricket as our hostel was also ...