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Awesome little place to call home whilst exploring the streets and sights of Amsterdam.
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... a great presentation on why roads should be developed in certain ways to accommodate cyclists and how cyclist infrastructure can be pitched to policy makers.
I just wish I was feeling well enough to really take it in! Thank goodness for Adam who swooped in with snacks and juices to refresh us.. I think we were all feeling pretty droopy and tired in the heat...
When we thought about it, 5 weeks in Europe seemed like a long time. Enough time to see a lot of places. Even so, we had a hard time deciding which countries to visit and which to skip (hopefully, to save for another time). Back in the first world with first world problems. The luxury of having a train pass that can zip us around the continent at 300 km an hour.
We decided to make our second stop Bavaria, in the south of Germany. We divided our time between ...
Coster Diamonds is the oldest, still operating diamond factory in Europe. Located in the heart of Amsterdam at the Museum Square between the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh museum, our diamond cutters and goldsmiths have crafted the most precious jewelry in the world. Learn more about our legendary history or view our ...
... to the Petrus en Paulus Kerk (often referred to as the "Hidden Church"), an unobtrusive little refuge for Catholics during the days of Protestant extremism in Holland, when Catholics were forced to worship in secret.
A little further along Kalverstraat, we spent a few minutes admiring the restored canvasses on display in the Civic Guard Gallery (Schuttersgalerij), which include Rembrandt-like scenes from the Dutch Golden Age ...
... the ship docked. We both liked it very much.
We were meeting for dinner one of Claire's classmate whose family came in to visit. The restaurant was in walking distance so off we went. We saw a beautiful flower stand and inside was the biggest bulldog I had ever seen. Martha had to make friends with it so I took a picture of the stand. Claire was to met us at the Windmill Brewery, one of her hangouts, so ...