Rembrandt Park Guesthouse
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... wasn't going to indulge in something of unknown strength, wandering around alone next to lathe bodies of cold, dirty water with minimal railings. I happened to walk through the Red Light dIstrict on the Sunday morning at around 10am, where binmen and street cleaners were clearing up and hosing down the roads. It was a hazy morning and the tacky neon lights were still reflected in the canal, long side prostitutes in 'the windows' - I couldn't decide ...
... the Central Terminal and began exploring.
Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, got its name when the river Amstel was dammed, thus Amsterdam. There are 1200 bridges over the canals, which forma semi-circle. By the 17th century it had become a major trade center for goods from all over the world, especially diamonds and spices. The Dutch East and West India Companies should be familiar names. In 1640, the entered into a trade monopoly ...
... river! So nice!
We also went into a chocolate shop, a clog shop and a cheese shop before stopping for a shandy on the waterfront- so nice and relaxing!
I then caught the train back to the airport, mailed Jess's left over marmite and vegemite to myself in London (above 100mls sadly) and after another flight delay, it was back to London and back home around midnight!
Such a nice trip- so good to just hang out with Jess alone for once!
... however our dinner was ordered (by radio) from a lovely gourmet restaurant called Van de Kart. We pulled up to the restaurant on the canal and the boat captain walked over to the restaurant and brought our first course which was served to us by the on-board server/bar-tender. We then sailed through another canal while we ate, arriving back at the restaurant where the captain ...
... Gogh’s paintings, as well at those who were inspired by him at the time of his short life. And, yes, he died very young after being admitted to a psychiatric hospital in the 1880s. And, we were thrilled to see his two most famous paintings prominently displayed – sunflowers and lilies.
This was a delightful way to end ...