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... through the middle). Some folks had to have seconds!!
Off we headed for the tram and a 24 hr pass to let us roam at will. First the Rijksmuseum - amazing beyond words. so glad we took the audio package to enable us to do a 90 minute highlight tour which directed us by smart device and audio to all artefacts. We really needed about a day vice several hours. When we came out, the fog had lifted and the hunger pangs commenced. ...
... street market), went to the hidden church (Museum Amstelkring) and went to a "cafe" and caught the local tram to places that were too far to walk to.
On the days that Joe had to work I wandered around the city and canals and checked out the lovely department store De Bijenkorf. Didn't buy much as it was very expensive. Had plans to see Anne Frank's house! Note I said plans. This didn't eventuate. I rocked up one morning to find a queue that zig ...
... of dollars into bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, all the while they are not pouring enough funds into infrastructure and initiatives that will allow people to age in city or have wheelchair access. I do not for one moment believe that investing in accessible infrastructure talks away from bicycles, because that pits the needs of one group against another. I believe that the cities I have ...
... tour guide took us past the floating flower market and into a quite beautiful enclosed courtyard, the Begijnbof where elderly single women live out their retirement in a religious setting. Many of the old churches, being no longer used for religious purposes, are now being used for secular purposes, so it was a sweet interlude, visiting the little church in the Beguinhof.
Perhaps it's the was the tour guides focus on Amsterdam's ...