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The first thing I do every morning when I wake up is make french press coffee to enjoy in the windowsill and look at what people are wearing in order to figure out the approximate degree of coldness. I noticed that everyone on the street was extra bundled up, which implied that it was extra chilly in Amsterdam today. I didn't have much on the agenda today since I knew we would be going out this evening, but I did have a mission that involved riding my bike to Ajax ...
... Another year has flown by so quickly but this time she is enjoying it in Amsterdam.
And what a day !! Cool start warming to 22 degrees under blue skies - cannot get much better than that.
We followed through on the bus trip booking that we made and can thoroughly recommend it as a day trip to anyone who visits Amsterdam. It is a public bus service so you get to see the back streets of the little towns on the route and we were able to ...
... Belgium and headed to Netherlands. We dropped into a campsite named Doomparken which despite its name (or at least to an Aussie anyway) was quite pleasant and well serviced. However it had been raining a fair bit in that part of the world for the last week or so and right in front of our van pitch was our on private mini lake complete with ducks, very friendly ducks. Anyway, the Dutch (or is it Netherlanders?) are very friendly and helpful ...
... pink lipstick (this is Amsterdam, after all), filed and
buffed my nails, and put on a coat of clear polish. How great is that for free? De Bijenkorf has a small chic café overlooking Dam Square. It’s on the second floor, so you’re close enough to people-watch from above, and yet it’s so calm, it’s like being in a bubble where they serve Moet & Chandon by the glass. Bliss.
After shopping, I headed back ...
... our way to the Anne Frank House. As we were walking, we passed a couple of ladies in the windows. One of them tried gesturing to Mark, who was the only single male on the trip. He freaked out a bit.
We made it to the Anne Frank house, after a half hour wait. I was kinda bummed that we couldn't take pictures, but understood. The house was small and narrow, and really sad. I studied Anne Frank a lot when I was younger, so I ...