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... more dreamlike. Amsterdam Centraal station is enormous, but we followed Martin like 26 little (and big!) ducklings, across several busy lanes and onto a "tram," or bus, riding on tracks. At first look, Amsterdam seems only vaguely like Haarlem, because there are so many cars and buses, so many very large and modern buildings, and so very many people in great hurries. There are also many more bicycles and motor scooters, so crossing streets is a ...
... age! There are coffee shops for pot everywhere! We headed back around the city via the Red Light District, and that was a bit of an eye opener! Vibrators, fleshlights, every sex toy imaginable in shop windows, sex shows, and girls of all shapes and sizes right there, in the window, willing you over to them! There weren't that many, but it was the middle of the day! They'd open the door and try to coax you over, it was sort've funny and entertaining! As we left the ...
... a charming french couple. After carving and printing our masterpieces we left the first of many museums of that day.
We visited a Jewish Historical museum of the Jews who lived in Holland where we were offered a plethora of auditory presentations and a lot of historical facts - I guess that's why it was called the 'Jewish Historical Museum', but there was a lot of information to be read and learned, I can't believe our family ...
... the bar, and all the staff were drinking with their customers, it was a really good place haha. I felt pretty bad for the Dutch though, they played well and lost in penalties…the bar cleared out pretty quickly after that. We ran out of money for the night after the football finished, so we headed back to our hostel while some of the others moved on to other places. The Irish girls in our room came back in at 3am stoned off their heads on mushrooms and ...
Today was our third ACTE Education Forum. After attending this forum in Dubai, Beijing, and Amsterdam, I thought this one was the most benefical for many reasons: my knowledge level now is up to par with the professionals so I could follow the presentations and Q&A so much better, the sessions throughout the day were all very interactive, and there was no lanugage barrier like in Beijing!
The session I enjoyed ...
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