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6 am wake up call for 6.45 breakfast and one the bus for 7.30 departure. This is the plan for the next few days.
We have a 40 seat coach with heaps of leg room, wi fi etc. There are only 20 people on our tour so we have heaps of room. There are 3 couples from New Zealand and the rest are from all over Australia.
We drove from Brussels to Amsterdam. It is cold and has been drizzling all day. We went on Amsterdam canal ...
... need driverless cars, they need carless drivers.” This is such a true statement, we have been consumed with the novelty of a driverless car, with Google and Nissan fueling on this interest and developing models expected to be on the road in less than 5 years. But what good will this do in the long run? Perhaps these cars will be programmed to be especially careful when interacting with cyclists. However, there will still be the bulk of the problem on the road: they take ...
... with wine and a Disney movie while the boys party in town. S xx
I leave shortly after Sam and cycle to the next metro station over where I take the no. 50 route to Zuid; the closest stop to Olympiaplein where the football pitch complex stretches the entire length of the street. There are several 5-a-side and full size 3d pitches with a pavilion and bar in the middle. I begin to wonder if the boys have cried off when there is no sign of them ...
... boat day ticket. There are a number of companies offering different packages and we're sorry that the one we chose kept to the main canal. However, a few hop ons and offs showed us some other parts of the city and we ended up walking through Vondel Park, a large neatly kept park not unlike Chaoyang - nice but no flower beds.
Well, we made up for that by spending a gorgeous day (Monday) at Keukenhof. This very large garden is open for only 8 weeks ...
Today was all about Anne Frank, Pancakes, Beer and Lighting Displays. First stop for the day was Anne Frank's House and Museum. The weather in Amsterdam was shithouse, it drizzled all day, with no sign of the sun, plus very windy in places. We got a lil wet and cold on our way to Anne Frank's House and Museum. This place was amazing. The set out of the museum was great, with easy to read and view displays, short videos that helped ...