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... crash… In the car-free Vondelpark, I just ended up with a bloodied finger and some anxiety, but on the busy roads of Amsterdam or on the busy roads of Detroit just a little swerve to avoid would be more costly
because the infrastructure does not protect cyclists as well as it does in Copenhagen.
Following the time in Vondelpark, we went on a tour and heard from the cyclists union here. The guide introduced ...
... I watched a couple of people try to get ontop of it for a photoshoot but gave up when it was too high to climb.
The museum is a good one and showcases 900 years of Dutch historical artifacts from 1100 to 2000 on four floors of a grand old building. It took me 3 hours to check it out and I was glad of the couches and benchseats scattered throughout the building. You could as you walked through spot a celebrity piece ...
... instantly got me into a better mood than I was in before.
Yeah, so the Tulip Gardens.
If you have ever seen the Wizard of Oz, the gardens here are like that, but with more flowers, crossed with fairyland.
It is quite magical.
The type of place that, if a little pixie or fairy jumped out of a flower and came and sat on my shoulder, it wouldn't surprise me all that much.
In fact, i was quite sad when that ...
... companion, and I made our way straight to the airport. Our flight was at 8:30 at night and we decided to not waste any time in the city in case of missing the plane. Again we made our flight. Now the flight itself was no issue but unfortunately when we landed in Amsterdam it was about midnight. The hostel that we had booked, the white tulip, did not have a room available for us until 10:30 a.m. So that airport would be our hotel for the time being. The first ...
... the area we were in the night before). It was an odd place to say the least, and well, we were pretty glad we weren't around there the night before. We made our way to the train and settled in to catch up on some sleep. A few hours later we were back in Brussels and headed off to our new hostel. We were starving and the city seemed oddly desolate for a Saturday afternoon, so we popped in to Pizza Hut to grab a quick meal. We got to ...