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... Thankyou!!!" sarcastically at me! Apparently he didn't appreciate how much space I was taking up in front of the piece! To be fair to him, he was probably louder than he intended because of the headphones, and I was wearing my hair in my favourite 'hair balls' style which admittedly isn't the most museum-friendly hair style! Still, he totally killed the mood!
The most beautiful elements in the paintings, as in life, were definitely ...
... whole museum and I had to whisper, "Am I crazy or is Starry Night not here?" to Jean, who confirmed my suspicions. I'm honestly still sad about that. That is my favorite painting and I'm not totally sure where it is exhibited.
We then headed for some brief dinner and to book ourselves a canal tour. We had been advised to try one of the candlelight canal tours and were interested to find out that these are definitely geared at couples. We weren't bothered ...
... I am happy that you had a good life (two beautiful kids to show for it) I am mad as hell that it was taken so early from you. This was not fair.
Anyway, it is what it is sis. I have to accept that now, but I want you to know that you will NEVER be forgotten and that I think of you every single day and I miss you; I wish you were still here with us.
I love you.
Adrie "your broertje"
Michelle Hollander wrote:
... into the Netherlands. Netherlands (handy information that Robyn wrote down!): Very flat lands same as Belgium 24% of the Netherlands lie below sea level. Amsterdam is an artificial city that is man made built on water. The Netherlands used to be known for its wind mills. They used to be used to generate energy to pump water off of the land to reclaim it from the water. There are more bikes in the Netherlands than there are people. It is so flat so it is awesome to bike ...
... for watching. What was neat about watching this game from the Nederlands is one, it was commentated in Dutch. The best part, in my humble opinion, is that there were no commercials! Instead, they showed the cheerleaders, the old people doing their dance (Did you all see this? If not, Google it! It was great!), halftime performance, or a bubbled-view of the crowd. All interviews were broadcast in English ...