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... regret and relief. We were also stuck in Hamburg.
Having just spent nearly two hours in a cafe across the street from the train station, we were pretty positive we did not wish to stay in Hamburg. The weather was miserable. It was cold, with the kind of wind that knocks you over if you let it catch you full in the chest, and had begun to pour while we were inside. But we still had our Eurail passes, enabling us to get on any train going anywhere anytime there was a ...
... a couple of annoying ones we will definitely avoid. Wayne and I had a drink in Grand Place in a fancy outdoor cafe which was just gorgeous until we got our bill for €21. So glad we didn't have lunch there also! Oh well it was worth it with its little red and green umbrellas, fancy waiters and magnificent backdrop. The Belgians certainly know how to make chocolate and we couldn't possibly leave without visiting one of their many chocolate stores. They are ...
Last day in the 'dam!
Another breakie at vinnies. Service wasn't so great - I think the staff were all hungover or stoned over. The people at the table next door pointed out that their table was wobbling and the response was 'what would you like me to do about that?'
Service was a little slow so we were running late and had to rush to get to biddy and johns at the appointed hour of 11am. On one street ...
... is a street named Anne Frank Street. Anne never lived on that street, they just wanted a memorial street for her.
We attended the Temple of Solomon, a Jewish Synagogue. In 1945, this synagogue was used for the first service after the war. People paid for their seats. The wealthy sat up front. The poor were in the back. Men sat on the lower rows, and the women sat upstairs.
There is a winter synagogue and a well weather synagogue. ...
... out that Amsterdam has 680,000 people. Well, I can tell you, all of them were on the street this afternoon.
We had a wonderful early dinner and headed back to the hotel to get our luggage and catch our airport shuttle. Yes, I know we aren't leaving until tomorrow morning but our hotel is in the Airport. That's right, IN THE AIRPORT, not near the airport. We had instructions to go though security at ...