Hotel Theater Figi
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... array of options & really good hot food prepared for you on the spot not cheap though. Had to stop for the obligatory tourist photo by the Amsterdam sign. Then on to Rijks Museum for a bit of culture! Learnt we have been pronouncing Dutch names very badly for years! Got to see the "greatest hits" of Dutch painters including ...
... which is far more fun than taking more chips home. I have stopped gambling after losing only $100, a fact I'm proud of since I've been able to play for at least 8 hours.
Overall, our kids probably have loved the cruise more than anywhere we've been so far (although the safari is a close contender). We think the next one will be a Disney cruise somewhere warmer and more attractive to a younger crowd.
... of Danishes to be served with silver service cutlery, what a wonderful start of our next leg ( I know many of you have told me not to talk about food but we were excited) After breakfast we just began to relax morris with his puzzle, Orna catching up with messages and Ronnie listening to podcasts me just preparing this blog. All the while looking out the window at the French country scenery We passed thru Belgium on our way to Amsterdam ...
... is where all the construction in Amsterdam started from on the Ij River. The city then grew by fanning out from there.
We were happily and cautiously riding when something caught our attention. Do you smell that? It stinks, said the kids. It smelled like....burned skunk. Uh oh. Where are we? We pulled over and Tiffani consulted her map. After cross referencing more very long street names, she realized they were in the heart of the Red Light ...
... and long to the back - maybe a garden in the back. They were taxed on the front space so they kept this small. They are 3 or more stories and most just own a floor. The oldest ones are on wood pilings which she said would not rot unless exposed to air. Modern buildings use steel pilings. We also went in a secret courtyard that had one of the wooden houses. Very plane. In ...