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We moved on to Amsterdam and have spent 2 days here; a quick trip into the City for an evening meal followed by a return journey the next morning; luckily the sun shone and the tour was quite enjoyable, although hot by the end of the day. The Metro into town was simple and effective.
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... my bike to get most places i need to go. Unlike my experiences with the ease of traveling by bike here, in the Netherlands, and in Denmark, I am sure this will prove to be a challenge. It is not easy to get anywhere on a bike in Denver, unless it falls on the Cherry Creek bike path, or the mile of protected bike lane on 15th that connects to nothing. Marco concluded his presentation with one of the best quotes I have ever heard for the future: “Our future cities ...
... the Anne Frank Museum, which was one of my favorite parts of the trip. I am thrilled to say this, as we waited a good hour and a half to get inside! We also visited the Van Gogh museum, which was very cool, and finally had my favorite drink again: chai latte!
Monday we went on a guided walking tour of the city, and just enjoyed out last day in the city.
While I am a little bit poorer than I was before, I am definitely glad I took this trip!
... canals you get another perspective of this city with its history dating back to the beginning. We got off at centraal and made our way towards the tour office for our historical 3hour walking tour. Promptly at 11 we met our tour guide Jamie a Spanish guy who has made his home in Amsterdam because he just loves the lifestyle of this city. He began to explain and show us where it all began inthe early 1200,s apparently there was no Amsterdam, there was an sea on one side ...
... is where all the construction in Amsterdam started from on the Ij River. The city then grew by fanning out from there.
We were happily and cautiously riding when something caught our attention. Do you smell that? It stinks, said the kids. It smelled like....burned skunk. Uh oh. Where are we? We pulled over and Tiffani consulted her map. After cross referencing more very long street names, she realized they were in the heart of the Red Light ...