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... the Kleinesluis lock into the Noordzee Kanal only to be hauled up by Dutch customs as we came through the other side. We were sort of expecting this as we'd been told they are very strict so had all the necessary paperwork on hand for ourselves and the boat. Bit of a hoohah as one of the customs men hung off the back trying to confirm our hull number which is embossed in the transom (in very small ...
... than when I went last year. We probably only waited about 15 minutes or so before getting in. We talked to an older British couple in line behind us. They were with a big group of people who were elsewhere and apparently didn’t know it was going to be King’s Day when there were in Amsterdam. They were fun to talk to and super cute.
So we toured Anne Frank’s house which was still super awesome the second time around. Usually they don’t allow you ...
Actually, this title is deceiving since it was a rainless day, unlike the day before where it seemed to lightly rain continuously. We were prepared for it; however, and the temperature was mild. We started the day by hopping on a tram and buying 24 passes to help our feet which put on many steps the day before. We travelled to the Anne Frank museum where 8 ...
Our 8 hour train from Prague to Amsterdam was supposed to arrive @ 4 AM, and we were going to have to wait til noon to check in @ our apartment: then the train guy informed us our tickets we had purchased would only lead us to Dorchmund, Germany, and it was another 5 hours to Amsterdam . Our first hiccup? I think not! We slept right on through the 13 hours, all the way into Amsterdam, got our luggage, and hopped off the train with no hassles. Perfect timing, as we met our ...
... stall full of all sorts of bulbs. More than tulips. Crates full of amaryllis bulbs. We make our way to the Van Gogh Museum. Amazing story told through his art and the multimedia guide. My favorite was Wheat Field with Crows. It was a bold contrast of a wheat field and a stormy sky. He painted it in the last months of his life. The sad realization is that they know all his colors have faded. I can only imagine the bright paintings. We are all very tired after ...