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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... for chocolate and waffles! The waffles however, were ordinary and a total disappointment. Next we got into Amsterdam! We quickly got ready and headed into the red light district for a tour. It was...something else, to say the least. There are almost one thousand windows and plenty in use (the curtain was closed). When the curtain was closed, don't come a knocking, so to speak. After the tour we went to a bar ...
... us home to a very nice hotel.
Wednesday 25 September – As
we drove out of Amsterdam after breakfast at 6.30am, our guide showed
us some floating flower stalls. 44 million flowers are sold in
Holland each day and, surprise surprise, they use the Dutch auction
guide told if you were driving on an autobahn with three or more
lanes you could drive at whatever speed limit you fancied. Imagine
that. It ...
... room was filled with 8 loud guys so the morning was pretty rough but we packed up our stuff and headed to the train station. We knew were we were headed since we have a flight to Dublin that leaves on the 11th from Maastricht, Holland. My train App showed us that a train would leave at least every hour. It didn't show us however that the tracks were under construction and we would have to switch trains 3 times and pay for a city bus.
... on the balcony, just inside the building.) Then I took a tram to Museum Square and an afternoon with Van Gogh. Loved it!
This exhibit covered his early years and his struggle to learn to paint. He was not naturally gifted as a draughtsman and had to work very hard to get drawing and perspective down so he could begin to create his vision. The number of paintings he produced in his short 10 years as an artist is humbling. Especially as the poor man was mad as a ...
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