Frans Hals Loft
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... me into Amsterdam after dinner and showed me around the place. This included the red light district which was so random. Like little puppy dogs in a window begging for a new owner.. This city was so cool though. So much happening and plenty of bars, clubs and pubs everywhere you look. We had a couple of beers and walked around and I can't wait to get out tomorrow night here for the ...
... area until the time of the French Revolution in 1789, when they were made compulsory. People were ordered to choose their last names and head down to the registry office and have it made official. Most people chose a surname that related their profession or where they were born but some, thinking that it was a joke and something that would soon blow over, chose surnames with the intent to mock the idea like 'boobie' or 'born naked' and these are still being ...
... all the way there which took about 40 minutes. It did take me through the centre of Amsterdam though, past a place called Dam Square which is London's equivalent of Trafalgar Square. Again, I had to dodge a lot of bicycles, scooters and trams, not to mention cars that didn't stop for the traffic lights. I am having to be very alert at the moment! Catching the train to the airport was easy. I felt like a seasoned pro already! Once I got to the airport, I started to ...
... on their smartphones and tablets while I was reading a
magazine. Caught up on things over a
coffee and some baked goodies before heading out. I caught a tram right outside the
station which dropped my off about three
blocks from the apartment, right on the canal.
As it turns out I caught a cold or flu of some sort. After the owner set me up I headed out to an
Albert Heijn store for some groceries ...
... data problems) and took a legit bus, if you were taking a bus, but included a much longer walk then necessary.
We had to wait a couple hours before we could "check in" so we stopped to grab something to eat. We stopped at a little place close to where the bus dropped us off because it was raining. Guy was pretty nice except for the fact that most of the menu on the wall touted 5E meals and somehow Tom and I ended up getting 12E meals each and a bill for what ...