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... every thirty day period based on about fifteen effortless food concepts. In addition to consuming Delectable Food (that may be serious and wholesome!) I propose the subsequent options that can help design a positive solution to meal inside our kids: Younger kids in particular study the planet by way of imitation. How would you believe just about every working day when you put together your family's foods? Are you currently hurried, ****** off, and disconnected? We ...
... on enormous couches in the lobby, surrounded by clocks--grandfathers and mothers, and smaller--some working, most not. To our surprised delight, not 5 minutes later the concierge announced that our room was actually ready. Somehow we made it--not really, it was one level up via elevator--to our home for the next 5 nights. It has amazing decor: Karen and Kris had Cleopatra lounges poolside in Cambodia, ...
... so we decided not to go in. Instead, we found a busy little corner with café’s and pubs so we stopped in for a coffee and dessert. The name of the place we stopped at was called 'Villa Zeezicht’ and made the BEST (and I am not exaggerating) apple pie. I cannot even put into words how delicious this was. I recommend this place for apple pie if anyone is visiting Amsterdam.
We then made our way to another pub near Dam Square and had some ...
We went to the "Free Community Christiania". It is basically a hippie commune in Christianhavn, a neighborhood of Copenhagen. They consider themselves separate from the Danish government and follow their own law. You are not allowed to take pictures there or run, because running makes people panic. We walked in under a stone archway and it was like a whole other world from Copenhagen. I felt like I was in an abandoned ghost town, except ...
... including the famous “Night Watch”. The paintings are 350 years old, but they are
magnificent, luminous, and truly awe-inspiring.
After the museum, I was truly done for the day. I figured out which tram would get me closest
to the hotel, stopped at a little café up the street for supper, and couldn’t wait to get to bed.