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... in such a way that the visitor could walk through and so easily imagine life back in the early 1600's. Even by today's standards the house is very grand, but back then it became too expensive even for Rembrandt.
Students paid 100 Gilda a year to be taught by Rembrandt (the average annual income was 300 Gilda), and many went on to become successful artists in their own right. This became his primary income, despite marrying into money. Acquiring paint ...
... Belsen concentration camp. The tour really allowed you to get know, not just Anne, but her family, the other inhabitants, and the people who hid them. Following the tour, Joe and I met Anna and Naresh for brunch at a local cafe called the Greenwoods. This cafe had amazing soda bread and scones! After a leisurely brunch we went to Vondelpark, which is the largest city park in Amsterdam and is visited by ten million people each year. We explored the park and ...
... first, I wish to talk about the day in Amsterdam. Our morning started with a talk from a member of the government here who spoke about the work and the policy interventions that the government took to get to this place of bicycle transit. The path has been years in the making. I had the same problem with the 90% figure and still feel like it implies a point of “completion” for ...
... The scenery on both sides of river is lovely green treed areas with the occasional town popping up. DUESSELDORF was probably the biggest place we have passed so far.
The locks caused much excitement until they informed us that as we pass through over 50 of them the novelty will soon wear off.
We arrive in Cologne at able 12.30 pm. Cologne is renowned for the wonderful UNESCO ...