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... by myself. I enjoy dressing up in fancy pants so I am cool. I also don't mind partying by myself so I am all good. I go bar crawling for a bit but then we hit this cool shot bar. The shots are amazing but it is so crowded, that I feel claustrophobic, I have to leave. Karen feels the same(an Irish girl from the tour) so we head back together.
We run into a couple of Americans who think I am Irish because Karen is. Karen and I even sound different. I give them directions ...
... an overview of the history of Amsterdam, based on "the 4 core values of Dutch DNA: entrepreneurship, free thinking, citizenship and creativity." (Hello? Slavery? Anabaptists? Jews? ... You can tell I'm a pain in the ass as a museum-goer.)
The WWII section of the exhibit wasn't the worst I had seen. (Once, during a walking tour in Spain, we were told in 1492, the Jews were "asked to leave." That was bad.) A video ...
Our last few days in Adam were relaxing and thoughtful. We wandered the canals and ate more great food. Don and I found a wonderful little bar that is steps from our apartment. Really cosy, warm and great service. Cheap drinks compared to home. Try getting a wine and beer for under AUD10 anywhere at home... We snuck off for a breakfast treat to Scandinavian Embassy yesterday morning. An adult breakfast of salt cured salmon, poached eggs, rye bread with sheep milk yoghurt in lieu ...
... imagining and taking in the atrocity.
Amsterdam has thousands of bicycles. Bicycles have special places on the buses and the ferries. They have their own lanes on all the streets and have their own garages for the commuters. The cars are regulated by the traffic lights but watch out for the bike lanes! The bikes have the right of way and whiz by you on the streets and on the gangplanks for the ferries.
Dinner? Tonight was sharing ...
... the tour! It was pretty trippy! A Willy Nelson type character who spoke in a really slow voice walked us through the miniscule space, switching off the lights and shining the black light over all sorts of objects like rocks and minerals, paintings, stamps, bank notes and drivers licences, turning them from ordinary plain looking objects to spectacular colourful masterpieces! Check out www.electric-lady-land.com
In Amsterdam, if you want a ...