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... clothes (what is happening to me).
At the train station their is parking for 2,500 bicycles but there are 9,000 bicycles looking for a park. I'd say traffic is 90% bicycle, 5% car and 5% scooter.
Sandra has now headed off to London to join a tour of UK, Scotland and Ireland in order to pick up a wealthy land owner. As Steve and I get out way over to Berlin then down to Monte Negro.
... other jewellery for sale, including some
stunning designs. We then recovered at the Delft souvenir shop over the road before visiting the Portuguese Synagogue. This is an active synagogue and was extensively restored after the second world war. The Jewish community in Amsterdam is much smaller than it was before the war, but is
quite active. The synagogue looks like just another Dutch brick building from the outside, but inside it is a very high large room lit with ...
... I miscounted the tram stops and we got off one too far. We backtracked on foot. The plan was to get on the bus that would take us to the bus station. The only problem is they run fewer busses on the weekend. So it was either we start walking or wait fifteen minutes for the bus. And I was not about to wait. So off we went. I kept asking Dan what time it was... He told me everytime but didn't understand my panic. He assumed we were closer than we were. I knew we ...
... of Amsterdam for the first time.
In the evening we attended the Gay Pride Party after having eaten the "best fries in The Netherlands" and checking out the city centre. It was easily one of the best parties we've ever been to. Everyone was really nice and enjoyed themselves even though the whole city was packed and you could barely move.
We started the next day pretty chilled. ...
... town centre for an hour to roam free. This is an historic town with many notable Dutch being born there. Nice town square too. Back on the bus and we're off to The Hague to see the Parliament buildings..walk thru and the Peace Palace which houses The International Court of Justice. We lit candles at the Eternal Flame for MH 17 victims. Bus back again to Amsterdam arriving at 8pm...a very full day!!! Dinner in town then a long walk home arriving at 10pm...laundry then ...