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... as a whole is worth the visit.
After a very filling lunch, we spent the rest of the afternoon taking a walk recommended by our guidebook, looking at roof gables and seventeenth-century facades. There's little to describe here. It was simply pleasant and enjoyable.
After a very early start we flew into Amsterdam to grey cool weather. The train runs from the airport to the city centre so we bought tickets, waited at the right platform and ended up getting on the wrong train! Surprise surprise! Fortunately we got off just as the hooter was sounding to let us know the train was leaving so we rushed off with others who had made the same mistake, only to find too late I had left a little shoulder bag I had bought ...
... keeps reappearing. Certainly my anxiety levels were higher than normal and this almost certainly coloured the rest of the evening. At no stage did I really relax and enjoy the evening as I might have done. It is a pity. A taxi ride got me just so far and I had to find my way for the last bit. Bad signage and a building site blocking the way meant that my early arrival was whittled away and the short walk became a very brisk kilometre along the Seine, over ...
... my early morning flight on the 30th. I couldn’t sleep as usual, the night before is always when the nerves and excitement kick
It was around 3am in the morning, I was so tired it was unreal but I suppose I had a 10 and a half hour flight to sleep. We left reading at 3:30am, It was so cold in the UK. All the car windscreens had frozen and it was starting to rain, it had never felt better to leave. I was ...
-Hired green bikes and rode around the canals and streets
-Went and layed in vondelpark. Hot day.
-Visited Anne Frank house
-Rode to the big Amsterdam sign and got a photo
-Started late on a pub crawl and meet some Australians, British and brazilian people.