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... bold black and white. I'd seen a few pictures when looking up things to do, which piqued my interest. When I got in, I instantly started recognising his work. He's the guy that did all the crazy stuff with perspective, like multiple staircases all going up in different directions. I spent a good hour looking around at the work of someone who instantly became a favourite. The top floor was dedicated to re-creating his optical illusions using mirrors and cameras, which ...
... side. They took us to a town called Brook-in-water-land. This was a beautiful quiet wee town restored by its residents & so showed what holland looked like hundreds of years ago. We were able to go into an old 18th century church to have a look around as choir practice was on. After having a wander around some of the streets looking at the old homes and gardens we headed back into Amsterdam to dinner at a restaurant Joyce ...
... hours of travel, we finally managed to get to The Hague. Our first stop is the Mauritshuis, which is a really exceptional collection of Golden Age (that is 16-17th century) art from the Netherlands (you know, Rembrandts, Vermeers, that kinda stuff). It was really crowded (my guess is that there was a tour bus full of elderly Germans who had come in ahead of us), but otherwise really lovely. We took advantage of their wifi to read up on ...
Get comfy - this is going to be a long one! We started our first day in Amsterdam with a guided walking tour, since neither of us really know anything about this city. It was 3 hours long and we just stayed within the canal belt. We learned a lot about the history and political makeup of the city as well as some cultural things. Like Big Mamma Alley (lovingly named for the larger women in windows that line it), which was our 2nd stop. We were quickly told you weren't ...
In the morning we got on a canal tour for about an hour. Walked by the Anne Frank house which had a lineup around the block so took a ************ that one. We walked around the city a bit more, stopped for a beer along side the canal then went to the Heineken brewery tour and checked out the red light district in the day time. We had a beer around Dam Square where earlier we watched a political protest and someone get arrested. We stopped back at the apartment ...