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The Stedelijk Museum didn't open until 11am so we explored our neighbourhood, de Pijp, further. We forgot to take the map so Ian was designated to be Hansel and get us home again. People watching from a cafe (not a coffee shop) was fascinating. A young handsome, blond man was using a small towing contraption to bring in stalls for the local market, dodging trucks and cyclists as he did so. This in a very narrow street about one vehicle wide. ...
... which was more spacious than I had thought. Matthew then took us into Old Rijswijk where I was introduced to croquettes and Anne tried some pink beer. Hilde came home from work around 6.30pm. She is a lovely person and made us feel very welcome. This evening Matthew and Hilde introduced us to Rummykins? We played a couple of games and I nearly won both of ...
... pass extremely quickly but for me these 4 or so weeks that I have been on this adventure seem to have taken an extremely long period of time. I think I have taken in so much that my brain cannot remember what I have done one day to the next. If my brain was a computer it would have crashed long ago!!
Now on the ferry home and the sea is as smooth as silk so here's for a great crossing.
Only 120 or so miles to go and that really will be the end of yet another great adventure ;-(
... the time to study some of the art. There seemed to be lots of students there discussing his work. There was some interactive stuff. We were there for ages. We went in search of a drink in a beautiful old street with lots more beautiful buildings. We sat outside at a pub and had a drink. Pieter looked up and saw a big banner for free WiFi for the street. He whipped out his iPad and yes, it worked. Walked back to the train station and returned to Zoetermeer. Asked Peter if ...
... cover that much ground. We were looking at twenty hour train rides, and with our lack of sleep already we decided against it and chose to give ourselves a break! So as of today, here is our bigger and better game plan! We will be in Amsterdam for the next three nights, after that we will still be going to Dusseldorf, Germany as planned and tour around a few cities close by for the day. After that we will be heading up to Copenhagen, Denmark which is an eight ...