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... and what I think was a Sharon of ham and a creamy topping over the salad. It was very small and majority of people did not like it. But I am not very fussy so I quite liked it. There are so many people on this tour that are fussy with what they eat that I don't know how they do it? So many different flavours and combinations. The next course was a type of minestrone soup. It was feeling good to have some healthy normal food. ...
... me into Amsterdam after dinner and showed me around the place. This included the red light district which was so random. Like little puppy dogs in a window begging for a new owner.. This city was so cool though. So much happening and plenty of bars, clubs and pubs everywhere you look. We had a couple of beers and walked around and I can't wait to get out tomorrow night here for the ...
... we have tasted, we have explored, we have laughed, we have learnt. We have had the opportunity to experience more than I'd hoped for. All that I'd dreamt of for so many years leading up to this European escapade has become my reality. Words cannot express the gratitude that I feel. Though it has been time consuming - and sometimes even a pain in my ass - I've really enjoyed writing this blog. Putting into words all that I've experienced forced me to think ...
... who have just completed their river cruise, for coffee. Then a bit if culture, marvelling at the wonders and story of Vincent Van Gogh and seeing a few Monets and other artists as well. Seeing original art works and his story makes it even more amazing, seeing Sunflowers, Potato Eaters, Fields of Wheat, Almond Blossom and his love of a Japanese prints from the 1800's and how he incorporated them into his art work, and changed his style. We walked ...
Got up early again because it's our last day in London and we wanted to make the most of it. First stop.. Abbey road. We got a kootaz photo on the zebra crossing and then headed straight to a walking tour in the city. Still we hadn't learnt our lesson and walk over an hour just to get there. On the tour we saw all the major sites including Trafalgar Square, Buckingham palace, Westminster abbey, Big Ben, changing of the guard, a big park and a few others. The tour went for 3 hours ...