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... still partying when I left, but I was dead by this point (they party so much longer and harder in Europe!) The next morning, I got up, took a shower, and when I came out I met my new dorm mates - they were four guys, all in their early 20's, from Italy. They didn't speak much English, although we chatted a bit (or tried to) then I left to go do my own thing. I went back to Dam square and did a little shopping (got one of those cartoon drawings done of myself!) and ...
... rest of her furniture is here! Opening our window and leaning out a bit, the Kirk is to the right. Bells go off every 15 minutes in a tuneful manner, with a short arpeggio halfway between the quarter hours. They were no deterrent to falling asleep--I never slept on the plane, though I tried. Karen returned to life before I did, but by 4:30 pm we were strolling back toward the Station in search of ...
... too, has been closed for some time while a new entrance was built. Our landlady described it as looking like a bathtub. That's probably a bit harsh. But what did impress us was NZ artist Peter Robinson's large work 'Operation: Do you speak Dutch' Dutch?' in a very prominent position at the top,of the stairs as you walk up from the entrance. To see a Maori mask and Te reo Maori on a work here was quite moving. In the work Robinson ...
... and spiritual depth behind the gorgeous music. Here is a link if you are interested in listening.
After that we visited Amsterdam's Science World known as NEMO, and it was a struggle for the majority of us in actually finding NEMO. Nevertheless we spent the rest of our afternoon creating massive bubbles, watching the results of cause-and-effect, trying out the ...
... a photo to illustrate. We're now getting quite good at it as lots of places have them around here. We had a very pleasant supper with R and P - they own Ransel III - the first ever SHE 36 so quite special and they helped with planning our next stops.
Tuesday morning we visited the Muiderslot - a 13th century castle which formed part of the defensive ring around Amsterdam. Good tour of several rooms decorated from ...