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The Netherlands! Rotterdam reminded more of Seattle than any other place I've been. For hundreds of years the Dutch have been carving canals all throughout their country to dry up the land. Spring is in full bloom here, so there's water, greenery, and animals everywhere. I saw a blue heron within minutes of arriving. Oh, the arriving is a good story. I took an overnight bus from Berlin to Rotterdam, about 13 hours. The bus was about 75% full, mostly younger backpacker types from ...
... and just a short hop to Den Haag/The Hague. A wind tunnel as we exited the station and headed towards the town centre. Walked past the parliament buildings, statues, sand sculpting, Palace Noordeinde to reach The Peace Palace. Circumnavigated it, because we could, admiring the neighbourhood as we went. Noticed that the diplomats had to take parking where they could !
... in English BBC coverage on TV as our window on world events The utility of having an iPad and access to free WiFi in most locations Old Towns in Amsterdam, Bergen, Stockholm,Vilnius, Riga, Tallinn, Krakow, Lublin and Warsaw. Great weather throughout the trip. Spectacular sunset flight from Warsaw to Amsterdam. The very funky Citizen M hotel at Schiphol Lowlights of the trip Crowds in the Main Street and Dam of Amsterdam ...
... pont) and down the other side, onto the Ille de Cygne. I hate being late and this was becoming quite stressful. I need not have worried because the boat did not leave for 25 minutes after official departure time. I settled in for a fine evening that was frankly disappointing. The trip promised illuminations of the great buildings. We got one or two certainly. Most of the other passengers had eyes only for each other so I was probably the only one ...
... mission. Whilst this was incredibly frustrating, especially as the day was getting quite hot by now, again there was an unexpected twist. My ramblings took me to an older part of outer Rotterdam so I got to see the more historic parts of the city which had escaped the bombings. One of the highlights of this area was coming across an old windmill which seemed to be working. I thought it was a tourist attraction so I went inside and, to my surprise, it turned out to be a real ...