Hotel Savoy Amsterdam
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So I woke up just in time to get myself ready and over the Concertgebouw for a free public rehearsal of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. I rode my bike down Spiegelgracht, through the Rijksmuseum and the Museum Plein (ice rink, Van Gogh, etc) and locked up right across the street. Elizabeth had mentioned getting there early because so many people take advantage of this free weekly lunch concert but I was still surprised at the ...
After one day in Amsterdam we have learnt a few new
1. The cold isn't as unbearable as we thought (but it still goes through most
layers of clothing)
2. McDonalds charge you to use their toilets. And don't think you can be sneaky
and try not to leave money due to not having small change, the cleaner will be
standing there to make sure you ...
... we have been anywhere. Just beautiful and everything kept so clean and tidy or deliberately left to create a picture opportunity.
A pleasant evening having had dinner at "Lucius", one of the better seafood restaurants in Amsterdam, to celebrate Roz's birthday. Almost 2 dozen mussels as an entree for 13.5 Euro - bargain ! Roz enjoyed the meal, the wine and the company. We had a mixed plate of seafood - salmon, tuna, butterfish, baby sole and king ...
... we think so anyway …. There were another Aussie family too … The captain did the commentary and the history is just incredible. And the canals … well I sort of knew Amsterdam had canals of course but so many with such beautiful houses and streets. So many names that link to New York because the Dutch were very prevalent there.
Walked through some of the red light district in the afternoon which was eye opening to say ...
... it. That's enough That led us to this square. It was a huge open space in between a church, madam tusseins (wax models museum), shops, and a big official building. I think they called this something like Times Square. But they only spoke in Dutch so I couldn't really understand what was said over the tram intercom every time we passed. There were people dressed as statues and two grim reapers. Why? No clue. But it was interesting. Day three we woke up and I was 23! ...