Amsterdam Hostel Orfeo
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... a big deal, and we’d enjoy the walk. However, even after purchasing another stroopwafel and another umbrella, we couldn’t stay entirely happy about the weather. We had to walk battling icy rain and winds, which nearly broke our umbrella. We had left all of our rain gear back in Paris, having checked the weather and seen mostly clear skies. Oh well.
After over an hour of walking in the cold, we finally made it to the museum but were hungry, ...
... the hotel is air conditioned so we'll sleep well I'm sure, as long as I don't lay awake all night worrying about the flight ahead, each time I go on an airplane I say never again, especially on a long flight like we have ahead of us, but I always do go again, but never again!! ( till the next time)
Went shopping for souvenirs yesterday, and our cases are heavier than when we started on our trip nearly 5 ...
... response. For there, lying securely in the valise, protected by its frame and the oilcloth, lay a single, stunning painting: Vincent Van Gogh’s “Portrait of Dr. Gachet”!!
Patty here: Perhaps some of you intrepid friends and family members will catch onto the fact that Ad only turned in ONE painting! Now, where is the other one? Ad’s backpack/valise is sitting next to him on the plane as we fly home to California, and we’ll never tell!! What an ...
... tour guide took us past the floating flower market and into a quite beautiful enclosed courtyard, the Begijnbof where elderly single women live out their retirement in a religious setting. Many of the old churches, being no longer used for religious purposes, are now being used for secular purposes, so it was a sweet interlude, visiting the little church in the Beguinhof.
Perhaps it's the was the tour guides focus on Amsterdam's ...
So we found ourselves bunkered down in Amsterdam, staying with the ever generous hosts, Martijn and Lesley. Not wanting us to miss a thing, the two Dutchies took us out to the nearby town of Volendam where a festival was taking place. Waiting for us here was the local herring delicacy. Down the hatch.