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Caught an early flight from Stansted to Amsterdam. Turns out we caught the end of Gay Pride weekend so there were a lot of people around. Went for a look around and then went and got some joints from a coffee shop. Grabbed some beers and snacks and went down to the park. The park was packed and had a few music events going. Met a couple of Aussie guys who we had a few beers with. ...
... watching ...those off their faces ...those riding bikes and texting... People just manage to merge together on the bike tracks and miss one another ...how I don't know. They have it down to a fine art. So managed to work out that a coffee shop ...isn't really just a coffee shop...its the weed shop ...choose your variety, choose your cake, roll up and smoke it there or get it take away .... The smell ...
... in Lucerne after an hour ride that, once we left Basel, took us by a patchwork quilt of small, tidy farms. As Lucerne nears, a range of mountains comes into view, with several peaks dominating the skyline. We disembark, make the short trek to the Hotel (Renaissance) unpack, and head out into town. Beautiful day here, sunny, slight breeze - perfect for walking, were we not practically dead on our feet from lack of sleep. Arms of Morpheus beckon, even though it's ...
... cooked medium/medium-rare with special brown garlic sauce and fries...and two salads to share. The food came out quick and it was FANTASTIC! The petite sized filets were cooked perfectly, and the sauce was different than anything I had ever had. Dipping the fries in the garlic sauce was also a tasty delight and the glass of red wine made it all even better! Yummy,yummy! I particularly enjoyed watching the resident feline scale the coat racks to get ...
... we have tasted, we have explored, we have laughed, we have learnt. We have had the opportunity to experience more than I'd hoped for. All that I'd dreamt of for so many years leading up to this European escapade has become my reality. Words cannot express the gratitude that I feel. Though it has been time consuming - and sometimes even a pain in my ass - I've really enjoyed writing this blog. Putting into words all that I've experienced forced me to think ...