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... what does it want? chip only? chip and pin? standard swipe card? Debit? etc?) we finally have successfully purchased tickets. Now off to find the train. Up and down escalators and ramps, changing platforms, consulting maps and anyone who spoke English (although how does one pronounce street names like Nieuwezuds Voorburgwal, Stadhouderskade, and Utrechtsestraat??). Another 30 mins and we found the train. When we arrived at ...
... cupboards, stowed luggage under bed. Cabin is compact so neatness mandatory! Haven't opened up curtains thus far since only view whilst docked is another boat. Interesting stat - the number of cruise boats has increased from 70 in the year 2000 to over 1000 today! So we were schooled in the 'cruise boat' graces like care when drawing curtains in the morning. Passing boats may not appreciate senior peep shows! After mandatory ...
... of me
ever seeing one again put in a box, locked in a safe with
multiple digit locks and burned.
After that experience, I went to a couchsurfer for one
He was nice but I was so tired that I went to bed not long
after I got there.
... hanging out at Starbucks happened. No Starbucks in Italy, so this is a rare occasion indeed! I have also decided that every train station and airport should have a grand piano like this one. Next to it is a sign inviting people to share their talent. I happened to be treated to some random guy playing/singing a Coldplay cover...and he was good!
Along came Thursday, the day I've waited for since I was a little girl. This was the day I planned on renting ...
... Gogh Museum had quite the effect on me. His works are so intricate, each telling a story with every stroke that adds dimension to the painting. It almost seems like he is an inverted sculptor. He adds depth with paint, rather than subtracting it. Although his works are far different than the ones we have studied in Rome, it is the differences in art through the eras that makes it all beautiful.
After we left the Van Gogh, we experienced Amsterdam's from the ...