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... some of his friends from university outside the old wind mill. We met them up and had a drink for a couple hours before heading back and making dinner before going out. I also saw this as a good opportunity to get ready to leave as I would be up at 6 the next morning. We got ready to go out and watched a movie before going, we headed into ...
... is leaving to London, Gatwick at 8:15 and we arrived there at the local time of 8:15. Immigration took a while as we didn't have a UK or EU passport. So once we passed immigration and got our bags from the bag reclaim, we found our way to Europcar we had to wait a while until we got the car and headed for Eastbourne which is where my other cousin lives. Unfortunately he's not home because he is ...
... other...a headband. The same as all my others, but in
blue. I reckon all of these headbands are by the same
company, and they just make all their money off me...who gets
one in any country that sells them!
On my way from the market to the Van Gogh Museum, I got my
Rain. And ...
... beautiful??!?" I could not wait to see Keukenhof!
5 hours of walking made me more tired than I'd imagined. Thankfully, my Air BnB came complete with some American cable channels - something I don't see in Rome. Of course, they were not any that require brain power to watch...and I was totally okay with that!
Tuesday also dawned foggy, but have no fear, I grew up in northern CA...I can handle it! On this day I decided to hop on the bus to ...
... person, so being able to see the thickness in each painting, and how it forms this beautiful picture was amazing.
My experience at the Van Gogh Museum. The first painting that resonated with me was the Skull of a Skeleton with a Smoking Cigarette. I don't really have a reason why, other than it felt extremely Van Gogh to me. Just looking at it was unique. There was a connection of death with both elements: the skull and the cigarette. Its black background stood ...