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... and it is interesting.
Amsterdam has long daylight hours. Sun is up around 5.30, and does not get dark until 10.30 at night. Its quite strange. And its hard to sleep in.
Over the weekend we have noticed that the types of people in town have changed. There are lots of large groups of young people here to get wasted. The roam the streets in large groups, they are loud, rude, drunk and it makes the ...
... actually matched really well. I was impressed we were given full glasses of wine for tasting, and Brooke managed to wrangle a couple of extra glasses. I think it was because we were quite a small group and the lady seemed to have 2 bottles of each wine for the group regardless of size. We sat next to a lovely Australian couple who are also living in the UK and work in Canary Wharf (ooo-errr).
We went for another long walk around town in search of some jeans ...
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I hiked back up the stairs, looked at the screen again, furrowed my brow and returned downstairs. This time I noticed a sign saying platforms 1-10 were "150 meters" ahead. So, I walk outside and find the station that I had been passing each day.
Very busy. Very congested. And the train at platform 8 was very delayed. Argh.
Again I check the omnipotent screen and see there is a train going to the Central Station arriving ...
Last night we had a lovely late dinner at a restaurant with seating by the canal. Afterwards, Jamie and I walked the girls back to the hotel and then headed out for a nice evening stroll through the nearby area which is a mix of houses and businesses (inside houses) lining the canals. Amsterdam makes for a beautiful evening walk and it was so nice to take some time to enjoy the scenery and each other!
We didn't have big plans for today so we all enjoyed a nice sleep ...
... to Amsterdam. This turned into a very long day because we had missed our Ferry to Calais. Belgium was very flat with heaps of agriculture and it looked a nice place to live. Billy added it was a nice place to be born and die in but it was very quiet between those times and one should travel the World instead of living there.
In Belgium he was very apologetic to think that one should have to pay to go to a toilet but gave us information on ...