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Our last full day in Amsterdam was a slow start after the long day yesterday but still we managed to beat the crowds to Van Gogh museum by 9.15. This museum of all his well known paintings was a feast for the eyes. Just like the Rijksmuseum the famous paintings we read about and see in picture books are there for all to see...tremendous. After a …
Louisa: Eating Dutch pancakes in Leidsplein. That's the first thing we did and we did it well. Twice. In fact that's probably mainly all of what we did the entire two days we were in Holland.
Kyle: it's what Louisa looked forward to most. We were still suffering from jet lag from the flight, they helped boost our energy.
Louisa: It's not like me at all to not pass out immediately on a plane and I didn't sleep the entire time. So at this point, ...
... A quote by Otto Frank near the end of the museum summed it all up for me, "To build a future you have to know the past", such powerful and truthful quote.
After this museum I decided to call it a day. I stopped at a grocery store on my way back to my accommodation and bought some food for dinner and an adorable mini can of coke that was too cute too pass up. I'm off to bed now, have a nice day all of you in a different time zone than me.
... of interesting information about the architecture, the Red Light District, the Royal Family, drugs, etc. Two things I found very interesting dealt with the drug use and the Red Light District. His information regarding drug use focused on marijuana and heroin. Apparently, it is illegal to smoke marijuana in public, but Amsterdam used to have such a horrible issue with people abusing heroin, that the police decided to focus on cleaning up that ...
... offered tastings, so Bill tried two that he had never had before. He purchased two bottles of Scotch and some cigars.
Terminal F is new or has been newly renovated and has some really neat things - a library, museum and museum shop, comfortable seating and interesting shops and cafes. It was a great way to spend our short time in the Netherlands!
We had several moments of panic after we crossed through security at our boarding gate. Bill realized that ...
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Jean rated this 10/10 for a 4 star hotel..some compliment for her..
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