Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven
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... in collaborating on this. Once I learn GIS next semester (finally time for my intro to GIS course), I will try to make a system map for my community showing what the bike lane network could look like once it is completely built out-and what it SHOULD look like. Thank you to Marc for these amazing and inspirational ideas. I can see everyone in this class making a difference and having a voice in the future, and I am so proud to have been a part of this course and learning ...
... The same things can be found in smaller parts of the city and side streets. A one way ticket on the train was 5.10€. You need coins for the machines. If you pay with your credit card it's .50€ extra. Who carries cash and in particular, change. Some washrooms cost 1€. These tactics are sneaky in my opinion and are a cash grab from tourists. Be wise.
For dinner we went to a Thai restaurant called Thai ...
... and porcelain are on display throughout the home. Behind the house is a beautiful gem of a garden, which is laid out in formal style, and bordered on the far side by the classical fašade of the coach house, in which horses and carriages were maintained. All in all, quite a splendid place to live, not only during the Golden Age, but continuing to this very day, as some Van Loon family descendants continue to reside in a portion of this magnificent mansion.
We learned that the Dutch are a thrifty bunch, and very tolerant people...but mostly they like making a buck or two.
There are 3 rules to what the locals tolerate in Amsterdam
1. It cannot bring harm to people
2. It must be discreet
3. It must make the city money
Example 1 - "IT = prostitution"
Rule 1. It certaintly isn't hurting anyone...and it's safer for women being indoors than out on the street
Rule 2. The red light district was a lot ...
... nuns who have been sheltering disadvantaged women since 1346. In this quiet courtyard, surrounded by apartments occupied by these women only, are two churches: one Anglican where religious refugees sought security and protection from persecution. Pilgrims prayed here before setting out on the Mayflower to America. Across the way is the Catholic Church, a simple building with a black door and blacked out windows. The city's oldest house, built in 1477 is also within ...