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... a gallop through the Red Light district. Us old folks were far too early for the working girls except a few hardened souls who exhibited their wares in the windows of the streets. I did not look - Roz said not to so I didn't (but the one in the pussy cat pink outfit was particularly good looking !!).
A pleasant and full day of walking - so we will be pleased to get a good night's sleep !
Thursday 4 Sep 14 - First and foremost - Happy ...
... museum, so brace yourselves.
First, some general impressions about the Netherlands. It is very flat (I miss mountains) and very green. The climate is similar to Seattle, though for the summer it sure is raining a lot. The Dutch are experts at managing the water that surrounds them and at reclaiming land from the water. I am thoroughly convinced that the rest of the world could flood from global warming and the Netherlands would be just fine. The Dutch are very ...
... a genius, and I loved walking through the progression of his work and style, but I think the painting I liked the best was a Paul Gauguin painting of VanGogh painting “Sunflowers”.
After the museum, I caught the last boat of the day, back to the start, near the hotel. The Jordaan
neighbourhood is full of multicultural restaurants; I stopped into a little Turkish place for a really great, simple dinner on my way ...
... all said that with his card sense, he would be a really good bridge player, but so far "No Sale". We will keep trying. We had dinner with Chris, Priscilla and a new couple, Pat & Mac. After dinner several people were heard to say, "I am never eating again." Likely story. After dinner, we went to the lounge for a clog dance performance. Any volunteers? Yes, Robert was willing to help out along with 3 females and ...
... up too. I learned that a popular wedding gift was a his and her cheese press, so we took a picture of us with an old one. The couple's names are written on it to make it extra cute. We also saw the world's most expensive cheese slicer...yeah...it was weird. Then we went upstairs for free sample time. They had really yummy truffle cheese, but my favorite was the pesto so I am bringing that home. After cheese was lunch at in Irish pub and then nap time in our hotel for the ...