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... There was an older couple in their honey moon stage of dating that kept us entertained both before and during the show (especially the woman who sang all the songs at the top of her lungs in a slightly hillbilly Dutch accent...if you can imagine). lol
I didn't know what to expect, but it far surpassed my expectations of Hozier, whom I discovered to be a very sexy Irish musician, and whose latest single "Take Me to Church" had just started getting ...
... though not many cars. We successfully navigated road crossings with designated footpaths, cyclist paths, tram paths and a lane for the cars - some one way others two way! We has a lovely meal, only 1 course, at a local restaurant and home by 8.30, maybe the canal cruise tomorrow night? Between ships, buses, planes and trains we are a bit exhausted so have settled in, icing our feet and some for the drinks, to watch the opening by Prince Harry of The Invictus ...
... way to the outer city to see where Tamara’s grandmother and aunt lived until the Nazis came. It was a very pleasant location on a small square about half an hour’s tram ride from
the city centre. It turned out to be really easy to get to by tram, so we then went back to the big Dam Square in the centre of the city. “Plein”, which is usually translated as “square”, refers to an open space of any shape, and most of them are quite irregular as ...
14 Aug 2014
When you live in a certain place, anywhere in the world, your surroundings are usually familiar and part of your everyday life.
When travelling, you can't help but notice the continual changes in culture, behaviour, and things that are different from your own usual observations at home.
I spent some time with a friend (Arno) I hadn’t seen for ten or more years. Arno, who is ...
... 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. ...