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On Saturday 10th of January we met with other teams and the organization at the NDSM terrain in Amsterdam, which is also the location of the start of the challenge.
We had a really nice afternoon drinking a beer, getting to know other teams, admire each others cars and get some really useful tips and advise from the experienced team that organizes this challenge!
... someone want to do that?"
We decided to do a canal cruise first as the day was supposed to clear up. It was a great way to see the city. We loved seeing all the beautiful homes.
After an hour on the cruise we set off on foot to explore the city.
Clint was loving the photography opportunities and was constantly stopping to capture the scenes.
We stopped at a pub for lunch which was so cheap ...
... li>some as part of a trial of the hybrid protocol
- luckily there was also an MSD sponsored IBD course for a Spanish delegation run by Prof Geert D'Haens (he would be a good guest speaker in NZ)
- topics covered included mucosal scoring systems (Mayo, Rutgeerts, etc), Golimumab and early versus ...
... br> We caught a tram to central station instead and boarded a one hour canal cruise. Much more interesting for Indy, however towards the end she found it way more fun to throw a jumper over my head for a game of peek a boo. I saw the sights if Amsterdam through a cream coloured cardigan - but it was still very enjoyable. Indy did become very upset when a beautiful big white swan swam under the bridge and we couldn't see it anymore. I told her it was "gone" ...
... a very tasty brunch there. The rest of the day was spent exploring the streets of Amsterdam. Visited the Tulip and Cheese Museums, didn't want to wait to visit Ann Frank House as queues were very long. The streets have a lot of rubbish and graffiti which is a shame. 10 June we went on a canal boat cruise from the hotel. This was interesting and informative. There are over 1500 bridges and canals ...