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Tuesday was the day we had planned a day trip to Rotterdam. The weather forecast wasn't that great, there was a high probability of rain, and Rotterdam isn’t on the tourist route. Although it is gaining in recognition, it’s nowhere near the destination Amsterdam is. I was wondering if it was worth going, since the weather was looking bad but Valerie was persistent, so we packed our rain coats and trundled back down to Amsterdam Centraal Station ...
... asked around for some empty bottles to pee into (which he did so right behind me. Thanks bro.) In the third hour things got really exiting. Mutterings turned into grumblings, which evolved into jeerings, a brief spell of pleadings, peaking into a mini riot. Some people charged the drivers yelling at them, others were yelling at the Skinny Hippie faction for accosting the drivers while they're driving. One woman was crying pretty loudly, some old guy was stood up to laugh and yell ...
... He lives in Diemen. He had a dance school in Diemen.
He instantly called me back because of the location check I whatsapped him.
Judo Suhi place was the place were Peter had his dance school and where I have been judging in 1985.
Memories came back quickly. I will not forget this day in 1985 because it was the night that , right after I had been judging a medal test I speeded home because my little grandmother was very ill and she was not going to live very long. She was 90.
Back to the centre via an interesting assortment of streets, Prinsestraat being a tribute to a bygone era of shopping under a glass ceiling. By the time we'd had a few more detours -interesting looking architecture, it was quite dark when we finally returned to the station.
The evenings are definitely getting shorter.
No museums or galleries: it was a Monday.
Today we leave the Citizen M space pod an our very familiar Schiphol airport to fly over the Dutch polders, Copenhagen the bridge to Malmo and the intense farmlands of Sweden and into the attractive Helsinki. Pity we can't walk the city and gave yo stay in transit. We checked out of the Citizen M around 8.30 and walked 200m to the airport. We were told to check in at Departures 3 but then had to walk another 2 or 3 hundred metres to Terminal 1 to get to gate B ...