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... down & the trains were closed so we ended having to pay 60Euro for a taxi back to the hotel, but were very glad we made it home safe :)
Tomorrow we spend another full day in Amsterdam, so more then. For now, going to bed!
Costs .50Euro to go to the bathroom in most places-- even if you are a paying customer.
You don't pay a machine to go to the bathroom, a person actually collects $. We don't understand that method but OK
The men ...
... again in our New York. There were two of us that managed to fulfill our 9 month commitment amid the whirlwind of a civil war. Many projects closed, or were downsized and so many of the staff were sent home or to other parts of the needy world. They've told me that first stop will be to meet with the team from the psyco-social care unit. But what I really think I need is ...
... at a windmill is look at it so we did which was anticlimactic but my family was super supportive of my interest and helped to find the best angle to get a photo of it :). We caught the next bus which took us back to the area where we are staying. We did a bit of souvenir shopping and now we are back in our room and it's time to make a decision about where to eat tonight. Hope you all had a great day too! Tomorrow we are visiting Anne Frank's house. I get teary just thinking about it. ...
We are at Amsterdam. Our hotel has lost of stairs we could not believe it it was hard for my dad to get two massive bags up the stairs. When we got in there was a cat his name was Mike and anothrer cat was lala. After we put our bags in are room we went looking around Amsterdam we went to a pancake bakery,and then to the van Gogh ...
... functions as a 'winter synagogue'.) At the time it was built, the Synagogue was the largest in the world seating 900 people in two sections along a central axis; brass chandeliers that look like they came from a Van Eyk painting hold over 1000 candles. In the Dutch tradition, the floor is covered with sand, the only sand-covered floor outside the Caribbean.
In addition to space for seating and an ark, the central area includes a wedding chapel and a 'judgment bench' from ...