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... all of approximately similar size but of numerous, varied styles.) It has been pleasant weather so far, warm and sunny except for a brief threat of sprinkles yesterday, so we wandered several more blocks, and stopped for an early supper at Ohm, enjoying delicious Indian food at an outdoor table. (When I popped my head in to ask, "When is dinner?", a very nice young man told me, "You can now dinner." So we did!) We then walked some more, ending up at a ...
... the top. Some lean forward daring gravity to claim them.
Yet it's the differences between Australian and Dutch culture and everyday life that is intriguing. Of course the first thing that 'very' quickly sunk in with us was "don't mess with Dutch cyclists of any description or age" if you value your life!!!!!!!!. Close calls were had on several occasions, initially glancing in the wrong direction to assess the traffic. ...
... we had to check out at 10 but our flight wasn't until 7pm, but we were only allowed to keep our bags at the hostel until 1 so we ended up going to the airport early but before that we walked around and found the Albert Cyup market which is like a farmers market that lines this whole street every day of the week except Sundays. They had a lot of stuff I wanted to get but none of it would have fit, which is a little annoying, that's why I wish we did separate trips to each place so ...
... then settled in for the
This morning I drew on my emergency kit for the cold
medicine I stashed. My goal was to just
take it easy and tour the Rijksmuseum, the Netherlands biggest and best which has
been under renovation for the last several years and only reopened this
year. Jump the tram, make one change and
I’m dropped right in front of the museum.
There’s a line ...
... jewels in the
crown of Holland, and quite unspoilt by tourism, along with Edam, which we love but didn’t visit
again this time. Probably the tour busses can’t get into the narrow streets.
Some of those seen before on previous visits
which are also very pretty but ...