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... would have to wait for another day.
Catherine had selected and pre-ordered her birthday cake the day before from a local patisserie. It was a chocolate mousse cake, and she planned to decorate it that evening. She also decided to make Mexican food for her birthday dinner, which was probably more for Sam Jackson's benefit than hers (which was really sweet). Luckily, we had found a wonderful grocery store nearby with a wide variety of international food ...
... we took the metro into the Red Light District and immersed ourselves into Amsterdam. Such a weird place something that has to be seen to be believed. Did you know the ladies of the night pay 150 euros per night for their window? Interesting huh?! I wonder how much they make. We went to the Erotic Museum which was hilarious. What a strange museum. Right in the middle of the Red Light District. Random paintings, pictures, sculptures and sex ...
... cream. It was too much, but so good! Pancake buffet's are definitely the way to go.
After the pancake house, we had a little more free time in which we explored the Jordaan, the posh neighborhood the pancake house was in. There were lots of cute little shops and boutiques, and we just relaxed and sat on the canal.
We returned to the hotel, got our luggage out of storage, and took a bus to the airport.
Amsterdam was great, but I was glad to be back in Copenhagen!!!
... was green, and the clusters of houses had orange and red roofs. What struck me was how tidy it all looked.
The plane touched down and in moments we were among the crowd in the Schipol airport. It didn't feel as though we were yet in a foreign country, since every sign I laid eyes on was in English. Once outside I could marvel at my first look at Amsterdam. Keep in mind: this is the first time I've ever been to Europe (Adam has already seen London ...
... tourist buses expected – 1,000
· Liturgical booklets for the canonizations – 150,000
We are scheduled to arrive around 11:00 am at Schiphol and then endure a four-hour wait for our connection into Rome. So far so good other than the fact that the four of us are sitting in 28 DEFG – which unfortunately backs up to the four toilets in Economy. You just get a ...