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... an 11 days. We trudged up to a 360 surround flick on the first 100 days of the invasion...impressive but really LOUD. From Arromanches we drove west to the Amercan Cemetery and visitors center, our experience was emotionally moving....it is a truly beautiful sight. We did walk down to the beach, and tried to imagine what those GIs saw as they waded ashore. Heroic understates it all. We got back to Bayeux in time to visit the Tapestry. Gave me a chance to recite what ...
We had no idea what was going on when
this picture was taken. At the Maritime -->
Museum they have you sit and pretend to row
but they don't tell you why. The museum
was very interesting though. The Dutch have
a crazy history with the sea.
... were massive. The one stir fry we got was enough to sate both of our hungers and then some.
Once we arrived in Amsterdam we had the whole night ahead of us so as we were already full with food we head out for the second most important thing in your daily diet. Beer. We had a big square near us full of bars and restaurants and we bar hopped for a while and then crashed the start of a pub crawl. Walking around and drinking works up appetites and our decision is made ...
... here interesting enough.
We arrived at 9.20 am, after a very short flight. We fannied around a bit getting the train to the city centre and then the tram out to the area our hotel was based. Oh yes, it was a hotel this time, not a hostel (or a hovel)!! And a fancy hotel it was too. We checked into the Canal Hotel and after climbing 3 flights of stairs found ourselves in a very pretty room indeed. We only had to spot the espresso machine to realise we had outdone ourselves ...
... of the shrimp was for a story about human trafficking in Thailand used for labor on fishing boats to catch the shrimp that we eat. The vuvuzuela was to symbolize the 2020 World Cup which would be in Qatar (he couldn't blow in the vuvuzuela because they would think it was a security breach and evacuate the building). Qatar is rich from oil which is why they are hosting the World Cup, however it is very hot there and not good conditions for playing football. Also, many of ...