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... he completed nearly one work a day. His end is well known of course and it was very sensitively portrayed through a well selected collection of his paintings and letters. After the VG we spied the Coster diamond museum across the road. You know who insisted we visit but actually it was fascinating watching the diamond cutters at work and the staff were all very friendly. I doubt they thought I could afford the 100,000 euro rings so it must have been because ...
... I can navigate in Paris Amsterdam will be easy"... 4 HOURS later and we were lost in this crazy canal city, in the rain, and cold, you could only imagine the mood I was in. Somehow we were so lost we ended up in the red light district, I'm not sure whether this was Robbie's plan all along or not? Lol I'm guessing so, as his pace slowed down dramatically as we were walking down those streets....with then endless windows with semi naked girls Nonetheless ...
After a LONG day and a half of traveling, the worst of the flights is finally over! I just landed in Amsterdam and am waiting for my flight to Prague! My first flight was to Minneapolis, it was really short and easy, and when I landed and got to my connecting gate, there conveniently was a bar that was right next to where I lined up! I asked the bartender if she could give me a to go mug for my beer (jokingly) and she actually did! As I ...
... his food. He wobbles back to his bike making a few weak attempts to lift his leg high enough to get it over his bike seat. Bewildered he trots back to the vending machine for another croquet and frantically pats his pockets for any evidence of coins available. Distraught he finally gets on his bike, this time successfully for his journey home. Amsterdam certainly doesn't disappoint with it's free entertainment.
... their act together - using them is effortless and extremely comfortable.
Off the train and onto a bus to our digs - Two chirpy young things, dressed like a Byron summer, hopped onto the bus full of giggles. Bang - recognition. 'Is that you Max?' says I. 'Hey Mr.Boyle - What are you doing in Amsterdam'. Yup - Max Jonqourt - a yr 12 student of mine from three years ago. I know these things are going to happen, but ...
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