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... as though thay had stalled on the highway! Morning tea and a somewhat different lunch - plus a wine and a beer or two helped pass the time away. Our hotel for our one-night stopover, The Ibis was located right on the end of Central Railway! Mid-afternoon it was a trip down to the boat terminal to see check the location for the start of our 16 Danube river trip that we had been ...
... way back to the train, we tried to find some donuts for breakfast tomorrow morning. No luck. They all closed at 5:00 it seems.
We headed back to our hotel with both of us being VERY careful NOT to fall asleep this time and become another crime statistic! We contacted the kids and told them we were not dead! I headed to the bar for my complimentary drink (it was that or 600 IHG points...DUH!) and to blog. Sandy went to ...
... left and went straight to the Cannabis Cup as another seminar was showing at 3pm about strain hunters. We got there just in time and watch for an hour. Around 4pm we left and headed to the city centre to eat. We wandered some more and looked in a few more shops. It rained most of the day so we went back to the hotel and let Bradden's sister know that we'd skype her tomorrow. We got hot chocolates and snacks and hung in the room for the night. With a deal that we ...
... on De Stijl - of course - which was interesting. A lot of rather nice architect's models which allowed you to see EXACTLY what they were trying to do.
By then I had museum feet and museum brain, so I went out into a lovely adjacent garden, which proved to be full of Henry Moores (I don't altogether understand why the biggest collection of Rodins I've ever seen was in the V&A in London, and the biggest collection of Moores in Amsterdam, but ...
... we said goodbye to 16 of the group who were staying in Amsterdam or flying out from there, and not coming back to London on the bus. The rest of us got our own double seats on the bus, and slept through Holland, Belgium, France and back into London. We got back to the Royal National at 5.30, and there were a lot of sad goodbyes in the car park. Those who were staying in the area organised to meet up for a Last Supper and Lucy and my ...