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... a SITA bus to Amalfi, then caught a taxi to Positano ( that was a 70EUR fare)!!!) costly but the right decision as we had no idea where our B & B was or how best to get there. The taxi dropped us right at our door of course but we still had 4 flights of stairs to climb to get to our Room. The room was beautiful, with a small verandah that overlooks the valley down to Positano beach. Our host, Tiziana was fabulous ...
After 40 days with the Renault Scenic we had to drop off the car at the airport. I filled up in Germany before with what I thought would be enough petrol. After leaving Zaanse Schaans the fuel light came on. We drove to the airport and crossed our fingers we had enough petrol. We finally made it on what must have been fumes because the petrol gauge had nothing left indicated. Got a lift to the airport and hopped on a train back to the hotel. We logged 8212km (122 + 160 + 122 + ...
... came across one of Amsterdam's most infamous attractions - the window prostitute. The window was like a ground to ceiling patio door and I was stunned when this middle-aged white woman wearing lingerie frantically motioned for me to come inside. I kept on walking and felt pretty embarrassed while I passed another 6 or 7 windows all filled with similar women just as eager as the first one. Awkward doesn't really even begin to describe it, but it's also sad.
Day two ...
... looked over all of Edinburgh. We went on a tour of the haunted side of the city and saw trinity college. We left Scotland by train and met up with our friends in London where we became a family. We cooked meals together and did everything together. 7 of us one bathroom, we knew the struggle would be real and we would be in tight quarters. We laughed at the London bridge experience and the ridiculousness of the Benjamin Franklin tour which was a tourist trap. We ...
... western part of Amsterdam) and the girls had their first experience of a large European church building. It was a Reformed church and the architecture reflected this with little ornamentation and a central focus on the pulpit. It was incredibly large with very high ceilings and a man was playing the organ.
From the Westerkerk, we traveled along the western canal ring, poking our heads in interesting shops occasionally. We then visited what was my most anticipated ...
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