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... the evening on the Harbour. Hilde had booked the Pancake Cruise. It was a lovely evening and a great way to see the Port of Rotterdam and the city skyline as the sun set. Also heaps of food, pancakes with fruit, pancakes with chocolate, bacon, etc, plus lots of other food as well. My type of evening. Thankfully we walked a little of it off as we made our way ...
... a drink before picking up Deejay. We walked around for ages and ages and somehow ended up a kilometre from home in the big square again wit heaps of pubs. We went to a place called coco's outback which had really cheap drinks. I got somethig called a Steiner which ended up being a litre of beer. The place was so busy and understaffed so it all took ages. I also got a really good veggie burger. We decided we'd come back for happy hour and tipsy ran for the tram to pick ...
Day Six Monday, May 19, 2014 Haarlem to Bruges (via The Hague)
We bid good-by to Haarlem and Amsterdam and set off by train to The Hague. We had made arrangements with the "Hague Greeters" to meet Maarten Kop, a volunteer, to give us a walking tour of The Hague.
We knew there are two train stations in The Hague, so we bought a ticket to the Central Station. In Carolyn's brain, that ...
... walk, and had what we have been craving for so long.. Subway! After that we grabbed a dessert from the Amsterdam Winter Market, which was a little baked coconut ball.. It was delicious! Then we headed back to our hostel and took a nap! Apparently we needed it because we woke up two hours later! After grabbing some supper and doing a bit of trip planning, we went out for another walk to see Amsterdam's beautiful lights one more time!
Once I ...
... work alongside van Gogh's) and then started to develop his own eye and style - and of course ended on the very top floor with the wheat field ones. It was really interesting, as I have always thought of poor old Vincent as a great painter but a lousy draftsman. Think of the chair. But clearly he learned to draw very well, but chose not to use the skill when his work became all about colour, paintwork and the surface.
Another little break to eat my ...