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... Airlines. And, because we arrived on time and breezed through immigration and customs, we decided to change our train tickets to leave much earlier (being the cautious travelers we are, we booked and paid for a train at 1:00 p.m. - just in case the airline didn’t do its job correctly). Thanks to the DBahn (that’s the Germany railway), they changed our tickets to a 9:00 train.
We ate lunch in the train station. Remember in ...
... ahead of my home time, but this allowed plenty of time for me to get my bearings in the HUGE airport before my next flight at 5.15pm. I didn't realise just how big Schiphol Airport was, and as I walked to find the next departure gate I genuinely started telling myself that this place was bigger than Scarborough. I finally found my gate at what seemed like the VERY end of the airport, and judging by the sheer amount of Chinese ...
... evening we went to the Anne Frank Huis Museum. Really well set out and very interesting! Kind of put a downer on the day as we walked out of the exit (didn’t help with the rain) but we soon picked up as we went to the ‘Mexican Cantina’ and ate some amazing Tacos and Nachos! That was pretty much us for Amsterdam. Did some laundry the next day but I don’t really imagine that’s exciting enough to put in a blog! Next stop is ...
7 Aug 2013
“Hello” I said when I walked into a bar in
the centre of Haarlem. Beside the girl bartender there was no one there. I
ordered a beer and looked around. Nothing had changed by the looks of it. The
last time I had been there was around 10 years ago. I took a photograph of the
picture hanging on the back wall above the entrance to the toilet, showing
three man side by side.
... know, by any chance?" - JD Salinger
Finally we reach our designation, and our penultimate destination before home. And, man, is it sweet. Another beautiful apartment. All is forgiven. We're ready to party.
"My philosophy will be different after I've stubbed my toe than it was before." ~ Pascal
The first thing I notice when I walk out of Amsterdam central station is the aroma of marijuana. And stoners of all ages, from children to the elderly, lying ...