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Have arrived safely in Amsterdam. Malaysian airlines were faultless.
We are now in Den Haag, 26 minutes south of Schipol airport. Very pretty and very quiet. Had an annoying French guy asking for directions and then promptly thought it ok to join us. How rude. A sea of orange bunting and balloons are everywhere. Maybe the Dutch are still drowning their sorrows after losing to the Germans in the World cup .
... We all waited at different exits and I really needed to pee and was worried id miss her when she went to the toilet but she ended up coming out at lia's exit and it was a very exciting reunion. With her bags and all we went back to the same bar. The girls all got cocktails and I had another massive beer and we did jäger shots. We made friends with a guy from Melbourne and his Dutch friend who had lived in collingwood and then an Irish guy who told us what club to go to. ...
... we were to meet Maarten. Well when we arrived at the Central Station, we took out our email from Maarten (with his picture) – and realized that we were to meet him at the other station – horrors!! Well off we went to the platform for the train that would whisk us there in a couple of minutes – only to find the train starting its slow departure from the station (horrors, again!)
... asleep tonight, we will wake up in the morning and my cousin Carolyn will be here to pick us up!! We are traveling to Dusseldorf, Germany with her and are staying in her hotel! I cannot wait for a hot shower, warm bed, and somewhere to wash my clothes!!
Amsterdam has been amazing! We've met some pretty cool people, gained a lot of independence and seen a lot of really amazing things! Cannot wait to see what the rest of the week holds! Bye for ...
... gird my loins for a longish trek across town to Rembrandt House which, hallelujah! did NOT have a queue, but still had quite a crowd inside watching a demonstration of the etching process, which completely jammed up the central hallway. The sense of Rembrandt being there was much more real than the more recent Frank presence, oddly enough - maybe because one knows so many of the interiors, such as his kitchen (which was actually my favourite room as ...