Hotel De Beurs
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... next. I didn't take a video of the Nemo Goldberg Machine demonstration, but I found one on YouTube.
In an ongoing quest to find a range of physical activities for the kids, we went to "Tun Fun" on our last very rainy day in Amsterdam - an underground playground for children built in an old subway station. It was packed with trampolines, obstacle courses, slides, a jumpy house, fun house, and a pitch-black maze. The kids were in heaven. Caroline and I brought ...
Sun 27th July- joined our cruise, unpacked, had dinner and established that we were in the minority on the boat being largely outnumbered by North Americans. Mon 28thJuly- awoke to grey skies and showers and congratulated ourselves on doing the canal trip the previous day in sunny weather. Spent the morning lying round relaxing. After lunch we decided to venture forth, just as the rain started again. Ended up at the ...
... really good bike pictures so I googled some samples of ones that are similar to what we saw and put them at the end of the pictures.
Our address was P.C. Hooftstraat 85 B. When the taxi pulled up to this street we were all confused, including the driver. We didn't see any apartment complex or obvious houses. It looked like we were on the Amsterdam version of Chicago's Magnificent Mile. There was nothing but designer shops. He stopped the car ...
... and got a beer and fries - Al had to go to the bathroom...once again they were in no hurry...but, we had time. As we crossed the park to the museum a group of young musicians started to play classical music - very nice, they were trying to earn money to go to Mexico (or so they said). They looked very honest...and the music was great!! We listened for a few - they were right ...
... and to pass this on to other people. Mrs B prefers teaching a small group or individuals to give detailed instructions about asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing) techniques, meditation and Yoga philosophy. The way the classes are structured is very calm and relaxing. Asanas are performed slowly with focus on slow progression and personal abilities. Each asana is offered with a variation - Mrs B's students age group is a good mix from ...