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... boats via hop-on and off I've re-acquainted myself with the city where I'm visited about 10 years ago, it is still just the same with a very young street crowd riding upright on these wonderful bikes from a distant decade. Cyclists are king of the streets here in Amsterdam and they know it.
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... an art teacher, and she shed light on various aspects of Matisse's life as well as other artists featured in he exhibit. Afterwards, we could make our own "Matisse" in the creative lab downstairs. The late afternoon/evening was punctuated by an adventurous photo shoot for Julie and Gurpreeet in Amsterdam's many scenic locations and a delicious dinner at a nearby Italian restaurant. Amsterdam was an amazing city that I could imagine myself living in. Definitely on my hit list to go ...
... city tour being advertised. We decided to go along and it was such a good decision. As well as the information about the city we also saw spots we might not have picked up ourselves. It was a 2.5 hour tour where we learnt and visited (some of) the Royal Palace, the New Church, Amsterdam museum, Begijnhof (secret garden for the carers of the old orphanage), the red light district which backs on to the old church and then ...
... business, and I found it a little ridiculous and humorous how seriously they take bicyclists. The Heineken Museum and the Anne Frank house were definitely the highlights of Amsterdam. Besides all that, Amsterdam is a beautiful city. The Red Light District is just a small portion of a larger city. But at the end, I am not sure how I feel about Amsterdam. It would take a while to get used to their culture, to say the least.
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The next morning we met Sam in the line for the Van Gogh museum. Not surprisingly, the line to get in was extremely long. It took us close to an hour. The museum itself was really cool. It was set up like a history of his life, from his early works to his time in the psychiatric facility. It was really interesting to see how his painting style changed while he was in the hospital, it was much smothers and clearer than his earlier paintings. Seeing the sunflower painting ...