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... The policeman promptly took the tickets, and asked them "what bags, I don't see any ticket?". Fred's smile disappeared quick smart, while Frank put on a nervous grin, before the policeman laughed and gave them back their tickets! Legend! After gathering their bags, Frank and Fred made their way to the taxi rank and caught a taxi back to the apartment. As a final, merciless task, there was a roadblock after the taxi dropped them off, and the two had to walk right around the ...
... lower bunk holding the iPad between the two of us until the rhythm of the train made us groggy, and we went to bed. It was one of my favorite moments of the trip so far.
The first thing that Caroline and I noticed upon our arrival the next morning at the Amsterdam train station was a beautiful Starbucks. We had been deprived of Starbucks since leaving Barcelona, so we left the kids with our luggage and eagerly headed over there for a large ...
... light here that when it was 10 PM at night we just didn't realize it. We enjoyed a few brewskis and a light dinner at an outdoor restaurant on a narrow little street and then came back to the hotel.
A full day but with a few holes in it since we missed our planned canal ride and the Van Gogh Museum. We'll do a canal ride in Bruges.
Tomorrow we take the train to see Joke in Zaandam. See you there!
NOTE:Added some pictures!
... flanked by two similar paintings from the same era painted by lesser artists. It does not take much critical sensibiliity to see why Rembrandt's is the masterpiece. Yvonne walks us 'through' a number of other Rembrandts including the 'Dutch Masters' , two Vermeers, a Hals or two and the Rijksmuseum's two Van Goghs. We are exhausted, but would would stay with pleasure if the museum weren't closing. It was an exhausting and wonderful day. I took 400 pictures.
... the steep stairs!