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... random at the train station, then another dude on the train. I don't know where they think thats gonna go. My standards are not high but some kind of conversation skills are important McWine (Paris)- a glass of wine comes in small, medium and large. I could get used to that. Another fun fact about france, if you loose your job, welfare will pay 80% of your salary for up to 2 years. I could get used to that too. ...
... and spins around. After chatting with a supervisor about the 4.65 billion year old meteorite that we touched. On the 3rd floor we did 2 science experiments. The first one was 'Is cold water heavier that hot water' and 'What is Powder X'. My brother did the 2nd one and my sister and I did the 1st one. We then moved on to the robot section. There was ...
Wasting no time we changed and got the tram into Central to spend the day exploring. We headed straight to Anne Frank’s House, where we were luckily the queue was only 45-50 minutes and was blown away by the tour and the obvious strength and intelligence of such a young girl. The most poignant moment was being in Anne’s room which still has stickers from magazines stuck on ...
... the statue she knew was there, but did not have a location for!! HAPPY!!! After a dozen photos or so we moved to lunch.
This would be on my list of things to try here! We found Pancakes! Amsterdam. We had a wait since it is so small. Land is precious here so everything is built up. The restaurant have three levels plus a little outdoor seating. The girls had to go down for the food and deliver on three levels! Anyway see the photos for details.
It was only 12 noon and the ferry did not start boarding until 3pm so I simply had a few coffees and at 1pm jumped aboard my bike and was so happy just to be getting out of this city. I would rather go and sit in the queue for the ferry than risk my life walking the streets of that mad bicycle rat race city.
In all my life I have visited a very large number of cities all over the world and generally enjoy them. Even such places as Kathmandu in Nepal or Lhasa in Tibet ...