Rembrandt Park Guesthouse
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... ship upward to continue it journey at a higher level.
That's about it for today. I'm told that we will travel all night and arrive at our next destination in the morning. As I write this, we just passed through the second lock. I think we will leave our curtains open so we can see the town lights as we travel leisurely by.
I hope everyone has a fantastic day. We certainly did.
Marta & Paul
... to their society and knew they, the Dutch, would benefit from those contributions. This church was built on the top three floors of several houses so the Catholics could have mass in somewhat seclusion and not draw any attention to themselves. It was a very interesting place and worth the visit, if not to stay out of the rain. Next over to the Jordaan district and the Anne Frank Huis and I got soaked on the way. Never mind there are shelters at all the tram stops when the ...
... towards the wind. We drove back to Monnickendam, a small Dutch fishing village for our dinner at Restaurant de Waegh, where we were served a wonderful 3-course meal. We finished our night with a walk through part of the shady side of Amsterdam, the red light district. This certainly was an eye opener, but I do have to say it was great to see a Salvation Army Hall in the area as well as a couple of Salvo workers out talking to the girls and giving them coffee and ...
... pizza, salad, and a nice cold beer for the adults to even out the day.
Also, the kids were delighted to find Kinder Eggs when we were picking up some toiletries at a local shop.
Back at the hotel, we started packing up for our drive to Bacharach, Germany. It is a little disorienting with the sunlight at 10:30 at night.
Tomorrow: Getting out of Amsterdam and heading to Bacharach.
... the larger canals; older Dutch men and women riding bicycles with friendly waves as they pass by. It took about 3 hours to arrive in Amsterdam. It hasn’t changed much either except I don’t remember this many bicycles. Yeah, there was always the huge clump of bikes at the train stations…so big that I have no idea how anyone digs their bike out, much less figure out which one is theirs. But everyone is riding one. Everyone. They’re all over the place. ...