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... Located to the south south of Leidseplein, and near the Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh Museum, this sprawling green space is popular with locals and tourists alike. On sunny days, which today was regrettably not, it is full of people enjoying the sunshine, dog-walking, jogging, roller-skating, listening to music, people-watching, or just lazing about in the grass. Hopefully we'll have a chance to explore more of this park before we must ...
... the rain came! This current exhibition focused on how his paintings were influenced by his background, painters who inspired him, his contempories and friends. So we saw not only his paintings but others as well. After coffee we take the tram to the Hermitage museum, an out post of the Russian museum. We saw two wonderful exhibitions, 'Alexander, napoleons and Josephine' about the relationship and art collected by all. It was really interesting. The other was called ' the ...
... our hearts and it's not just been the Netherlands that held our fascination, there was Belgium and in part 2, I will tell you about the trips taken as we negotiated three layered train stations and experienced freezing conditions ( and yes to those that will ask, colder than Christchurch,NZ).
Tomorrow we hit another train journey through Belgium and France on our way back to the UK ..... Oh damn I have just realised that we have to get those suitcases back down the stairway from ...
... the Hanseatic cities on the Baltic coasts. In the course of the Middle Ages, the fishing village developed into a trading hub between Scandinavia and the rest of Europe. The first canals were dug as defence moats around the settlements on both sides of the river. As the city grew, new defence canals were dug in wider circles. At the end of the Middle Ages, the city wall had already been taken down and rebuilt three times in successive city expansions.
Rain, 16-22deg, total for the tour 1902km. The pitter patter of rather heavy rain on the windows this morning convinced us we had to go to Plan B for our trip to the airport. So after brekky we walked across the square to the Railway Station, purchased our tickets and checked the timings. A train every four minutes; we think that'll work for us. We were looking forward to a leisurely 19km ride to commence our long journey home, however not in pouring rain. Packed up ...
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