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... that in the era, without sophisticated engineering and equipment they constructed these amazing edifices way up on cliffs. We also took a relatively brief but interesting cruise on the Dordogne, on a replica of the wood boats that plied the rivers in the Middle Ages. We returned to Puy and had a grand chicken, taters, and veggie dinner -- with ample libations. 10/7 Puy L'Eveque -- Today we drove south and east, thru Cahors to St, Cirq Lapopie, a stunningly ...
We certainly managed to see a lot of the sights during our three days in Amsterdam . After a quick freshen up after the long haul flight from Singapore we set off to take a 1 1/2 hr canal cruise through the canals of Amsterdam. This was my 2nd time here and the first time for Mum and it was a great way to start off our visit and get our bearings. The weather was beautiful and warm and we enjoyed sitting back and watching the sights go by. After introducing Mum to the ...
... and vanilla ice cream in waffle cones, we headed home. Sidebar: Other than what we ate today, since we're here we've eaten Indonesian, Flemish (if you count fries - Roger was brave and ate them with mayonnaise the second time), Italian, Chinese and French. There are also lots of Argentinian steak places. Very international cuisine - not much in the line of Dutch food other than herring. Even the waffles are from neighboring ...
... an interesting tour of the building with a very experienced, informative and passionate guide.The large hall is most impressive and said to be acoustically the best music hall of its kind in the world. We toured the complete hall from the basement, the concert halls, the conductor's rooms, the player's area and the area above the hall ceiling.
Then home on the tram for a home cooked dinner.
We embarked on MS Johann Strauss yesterday after 3 great days in Amsterdam. Lovely cabin. With a full length window. No balcony but lots of common areas. Dinner was 5 courses and as much wine as you wanted!
Today we have cruised down to Utrecht from Amsterdam. Largely rural with lots of dairy cattle and sheep.
Idyllic cruising. Hardly a ripple and we ...