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... last stop was the garden outside, which had a central plan that outlined the way plots were designed along the canal to protect greenspace. It had begun to rain, so we didn’t linger.
We returned to the hotel to rest, bathe, and skype with Paul and Kyla. Then downstairs for a drink. Not feeling hungry, we grabbed a simple meal out, and walked back in the rain. I think I reinjured my leg. Damn it! We watched a bit of a movie, then a Dutch game show, then went to ...
... last one left but we thought that it would still be alright, the room was covered in graffiti, smelled like marajana and the doors to most of the lockers had been ripped off. Emma did not like it at all and would not go back in, so we got our bags, still paid for that night, and then headed off to find a new place to stay, we found a hotel which was a little more expensive but felt a lot more safer.
We walked around for the rest of the ...
... the power of Amsterdam, which had replaced Antwerp as the largest trading center in Europe. It later became a palace when Napoleon's brother converted it when the French controlled the Netherlands. The building sits on Dam Square, where the original dam that gave the city its name was built.
The Burgerzaal or "Citizens' Hall" was very large and impressive, and I also got to see the room where death sentances were read. The chandeliers were my favorite ...
... go down well, taste like dry cake! And the joint well it is tough to inhale and instantly you feel something – Rob is probably doing it properly, I am being super cautious and not really going full throttle on it! I am a wimp!! Anyway once we have had enough of that we get up and go – well we get as far as the square and sit for a bit. It has hit Rob; he is not really with it at the mo – not much movement from him or any activity at all…. Me on the ...
... br> The works are from four abstract artists, who from first glance are heavily influenced by the work of Mondriaan. Martha Scheeren’s work uses the same ideals of strong bright colour, but hers are built up with several layers, creating a ghosting in parts and marking the edges of the shapes appear to blur and glow.
Kees Visser works with textures, his colour palettes dark and dull – deep reds and greens and blues, each with a speckled surface.
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