Princess Hotel Amersfoort
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... it soon! That museum was definitely a must-see. I also had the pleasure of hearing a cellist in the park perform Bach’s first unaccompanied cello suite. I gave him a euro which he hopefully used for supermarket snackies and not drugs. Essentially, we trolled around, sat by the canal, explored a couple parks, took pictures of some monuments, and just enjoyed the beauty of Amsterdam. I also want to share the fact that I witnessed an elderly couple holding hands ...
... all small in how much land they are built on as there is a land tax if you go over a certain area. The flower market is amazing, it goes for miles, and we had a really good tour around it. The auction is all done in room with electronic boards and computers and is deathly quiet and fast. This auction house turns over 4billion plus euros annually. We saw stems selling for odd cents at a time, you weren't just buying one ...
... with our sights in mind, we couldn't help but take in the rich architecture, the seemingly endless canals, and this feeling like all of the moving parts (and there are many, from cars to bikes to more bikes to trains) were keenly aware of each other and moving in a composed symphony of people and machine. I don't know how many times I stepped out in front of a car or a biker, and instead of a collision they moved gently over, as if they saw it coming. Almost as if they knew I was ...
First impression of amsterdam: Holy ****, everyone here is gorgeous! I'm not sure what happened when Europeans first came to America, but we clearly got the people who were no longer wanted in Europe, and by that I mean, the unattractive people. Don't get me wrong, there are still plenty of beautiful folk in America, and maybe I just don't notice it as much because I live there; but upon coming to Holland, ...
... at this little french bistro. while there an old man, in a suit, on a bike brought by fresh fish for the chef. what ever works!
tonight? off to Little Italy!
sorry that was a bit long, hope it was more entertaining than boring!
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