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... through the city! Everything seems to be centered on the waterfront and they were having a wonderful waterfront festival this weekend! A lot of the boats are old and beautiful! Rotterdam has the largest port in Europe! They are known for their strange architecture, particularly the cube houses! I toured one of the houses, and I have attached some photos! People are very very pleasant and once they know you do not speak their language, they break ...
... the music was different but awesome! Once night fall it was impossible to get close to the main stage but the lights,music was just awesome. Overall the best experience at a music festival so far! Once recovered, it was time to get down to business with the European supercup. I played for a team called DVH amstelveen. Which had including myself 2 kiwis 2 Aussies, Venezuelan,2 Czech and 5 Dutch players so it was like a mux of cultures :) ...
... described as a bicycle rickshaw for kids. The kids had a blast riding in it.
A little while at the park and quick lunch later it was time to head to the train station to catch our train back to Paris. Two days later we'd be leaving for Paris and this trip felt like just that relaxing trip needed with good friends, good food and good times to cap off our time in Europe before we headed back.
... bell and encourages you to take cover well away from the bicycle path. On the train back to Schiphol, Nev chatted to a KLM pilot about to fly to Beijing. He said that there was heavy rain yesterday afternoon that caused many delays. Planes were not allowed to take off, but some were allowed to land. That may have been the same system that caused our flight delay from Warsaw or maybe it was a different system. In any event we were lucky to get into Schiphol when we ...
... bunch of strangers in a bar. The first day there, we took a train to Amsterdam. Our first stop was a visit to the Heineken Brewery. It was way cooler than I expected. The entire tour was interactive and very educational. We then walked around the city. Went to a park, got some hot dogs from a street vendor, and then went to an outdoor screening of the soccer game where the Netherlands won. I'm becoming a big fan of the World Cup. I don't really ...