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Friday afternoon saw us back in Holland - Yes! As soon as we arrived it was time for lunch and although we did go to Maccas the lunch was a thoroughly Dutch one! We also enjoyed looking at an Ikea Store and in the evening it was again time to meet up with some special people. (H)
... Chef at the airport. Next we flew for about 2.5 hours to Amsterdam. We were picked up by another Mercedes and driven to the ship. Everyone was in the briefing when we arrived so we were the last to board and missed the safety information. We had a quick meal, unpacked and went to bed to sleep, sleep, ...
... as they developed their navies. One display was a cutaway showing life under deck of a working mid-19th century naval ship, and it had several scenes of the crew performing their daily tasks such as cleaning, cooking, and gunnery practice. All these scenes were in holograph Robyn took a video and I have attached.
There were also paintings ...
... as is billed. There are so many pedestrians, bikers, scooter-ers, and drivers, that despite the wide bike lanes, it was still very chaotic. In fact, we saw a serious collision between an older man and another man on a bike as we were exploring. We were looking for the Flower market, but failed to find it before we had to catch our train. Amsterdam was a beautiful city, we could have spent two more nights there. More than that, however, would have been ...
Last day in Amsterdam, and time to hit the last of the museums. Starting with a long walk to the Verzetsmuseum Amsterdamor the resistance museum. Interesting but not on the top of the list of things to do, if I were to go again. Next stop was the Sex museum, quite interesting to say the least. Will not go into detail on the blog. After that visit it was on to ...