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I wasn't expecting that much from our visit to Amsterdam. We were really only there because that's where the Ferry docked and it seemed rude not to at least have a look around. However, I think Amsterdam is now on my list of places to live for a while, it's perfect for me! The city is really pretty with tree lined streets and great architecture, but it's the transport that is amazing, that and the ...
... at intersections a little
disconcerting terrifying, the city won me over. But I was comparing it to, well, nothing. Okay, I suppose I compared it to what I guessed cycling would feel like in the U.S. (ie. somewhere between scary and my-life-flashing-before-my-eyes). I can still remember joy I felt on a bike in Amsterdam last year... the breeze in my hair as I glided by a beautiful canal (and then quickly got passed by a racing scooter, a pack of ...
I know this little thing:
there's a boy somewhere
in a station where
the trains still run,
wearing scuffed brown shoes,
gray overcoat and cap;
someone has neatly parted
and combed his hair.
He is waiting
to be taken by the hand
and told where we are going,
to hear that we are headed home –
though I can see nothing
beyond the smoke
and midnight haze
at the far end
of the platform,
where I am ...
Our choice of trip today was The Canal & City Tour of Amsterdam.8:30am start
Excellent choice. We all walked along the dock towards the Movenpik Hotel on the waterfront,
200mtr along from River Boat dock. The canal boats are covered so a pleasant way to visit the city rain or shine.
A huge cruise liner was docked on seaward side of Movenpik Hotel, a new USA Celebrity Cruise liner. In front of ...
... After our tasting we hopped back on the canal boat which took us back to our original pick up spot. We then quickly changed clothes (it was pouring rain!), and walked just about a block to wait in line for the Van Gogh Museum. We stood in line (still in the pouring rain) for about an hour. Once inside, Conor and I decided to share a headset to save money, although in retrospect, I think the experience would have been a little bit better if we had our own. The ...