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When we got to Amsterdam Central Station by train we only needed to board a tram (streetcar) for a short trip to our Amsterdam apartment. It should have been easy to buy two electronic fare cards from the dispensing machine. The machine liked our credit card the first time, but not the second time around. After fumbling for 10 minutes and wondering what to do, Valerie got the bright idea to use cash for the second card, which the machine was ...
... that I use a nasal spray so I used it and half an hour later I could breathe and didn't have a headache either! Em got to Tashas and we went downstairs to a pub that has UNLIMITED ALL YOU CAN EAT RIBS for €12! I got them obviously... They were amazing. AND I got salad instead of chips. Man I'm good. We had a few beers at a few different pubs and then I got the last tram home at midnight and crashed into bed. Also had to say goodbye to em tonight so that was really ...
... something out of Alice in Wonderland. We laughed. Oh well, it’s just for two nights.
Mac really didn’t want to go anywhere, but it was hot in the room and the rest of us wanted to get out. So Mark suggested we walk the few blocks to the Anne Frank house just to see where it was for tomorrow morning. We had read that it closed at 9:00 p.m. and it was already 8:45, so we didn’t plan on touring it tonight.
We wound our way ...
... was back to Allard's apartment, as the exhaustion started to set in, to drop off my luggage and visit the Stedelijk museum with Rene which had a special Matisse exhibit. (Funny, you travel three hours from france to the netherlands on a train to learn about a French artist.) The nice thing about that exhibit was that it juxtaposed Matisse's works with similar contemporaries, whether Matisse was inspired by impressionism, what he would coin as "fauvism, or his ...
... Some shops only sell it by the box, some by the piece. Those were, of course, our favourites! Also, what else would you eat in Belgium? Think about it! Belgian waffles of course. That's what we had for lunch.
Before you knew it it was time to go back to the train station. We did not take the straightest route but gave ourselves time and scouted out a nice scenic route with enough time for photo stops. Always thinking. Always thinking.