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Travel Blogs from Almere
... through your hair - no helmets here :). Up and down tiny lane lanes past canals and through beautiful gardens (no house gardens here so public parks are everywhere).
One more moment of COLDNESS before we leave ... the Ice Zone! Deep in a "man made" ice cave at -10c we are wraped in protective clothing as we are served vodka in ice glasses. After this we think Amsterdam is ...
... super long and went around the corner so Adam bought us beers and
M&Ms from the local convenience store while we lined up. It was
the saddest but most interesting experience. You walked through the
very rooms they hid in and used the stair case that was hidden from
view. Annes room still had the pictures she had pasted up of celebrities of the time to decorate her room. Adam and I then went
and had food and beers and chats to cheer up!
Next we drive to Brussels
... and tossed a few pieces out the window to the street below. within a few seconds about 25 seagulls were there fighting over the bread. a woman walking and talking on her cell phone looked up at us annoyed and stopped to wait for the birds to go away. then we heard a shriek from the other direction as a bicyclist approached the mob. we decided to back away from the window until the birds and disgruntled locals went their ...
... to eat! luckily I decided to go for a wander after about half an hour! When I happened to glance at the screen, in big flashing red letters next to our flight number was "flight closing"!!! aaaarghhh not sure what happened, but nothing was announced over speakers, so we only just made it onto the plane. . . a little sweaty with some mild chest pain - we had just eaten a big bowl of thick cut fries and drunk two ciders each!! So, that was our first little ...
Amsterdam: If you get bored, something is wrong with you, not the city.
This statement, that I stole from my Walking Tour Guide, could not be more true. Amsterdam is amazing. One of my favorite cities in Europe, hands down. I have been here once before, in 2008, and fell in love with it then. This trip, where I was able to wander the streets and canals on my own and meet new friends simplify solidified my love for this City of Tolerance. I think that is why I ...