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... For example the trip to Rotterdam today was about 15 euro each way, so currently around $AUD 22, for a 50-minute train ride. Not whinging, just noting the differences. The trains in Holland are fast and clean and (mostly) on time.
Arriving at Rotterdam, we pretty quickly got a good idea if why this city is renowned for its modern architecture. The station building itself is pretty spectacular. We took a walk around, heading ...
... was busy. Very different architectural landscape to both The Hague and Amsterdam and I guess best described as more modern looking with many more high rise etc. It is also know as The Greenest City in the Netherlands and I would have to say that it has a good feel about the place. It is known for its nightlife (not that I have experienced this) and was almost completely destroyed during World War 11.
Oh and before I forget, and when I break out ...
... should be clear to me that I should have checked my luggage in terminal 2. Okay. Ran back and forward cursing them. Terminal check let me in (2). So then I got in row for customs. There they questioned how much funds I was carrying. Although it is illegal to export over 1.000 Dhiram they also questioned my dollars. The guys English was so poor he misunderstood 80 for 80.000, so I ended up showing him my wallet. (3) After customs there's the passport control (4), where ...
... 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 ...
... the supermarket, Albert Heijn, in the morning and bought something to cook for dinner tonight. The girls on the counter are very nice and always speak in English when they know I am not Dutch, which becomes obvious as soon as I open my mouth.
Made myself a sandwich for lunch and a cup of tea, then went up for a read of my book. I have lugged it around for the whole trip and had only read one chapter! Then had a sleep - miss those nanna naps.......