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... of double story homes built in the 1300's for single Catholic ladies who were not nuns, which is situated behind Dam Square and very private away from the noise of the commercial centre.
We started Sunday at the Rijks Museum looking at paintings by Rembrandt and van Gough and all the usual museum artefacts throughout the lovely old building. We lasted a couple of hours which is good for us and then went out into brighter sunshine and decided to buy ...
... on the bus stop bench, which wasn't that unusual for Europe, but what I especially found strange was that this was a person's cat, not a stray, it had a collar and everything. Simon told me (which I still find super weird) that cats roam around all the time and go home whenever they want with no problem. There wasn't any residential areas close by so I still find this super strange, the cats roam way too far from their homes and can get stolen, hurt or run over by a ...
... was time to head back to the hotel to prepare for dinner.
Dinner was at a floating Chinese restaurant called Sea Palace. (Apparently the Port became so popular for the Chinese immigrants that their culture had been adopted by the Dutch) We sat down at our tables and they bought out the first course the Chicken Soup, Then each table shared plates of different dishes including Kung Po Chicken, Beef and Broccoli, a Sweet pork Dish, an Egg Omelette ...
Day 1 PDX to Honfleur, France.. The second longest day. The story is too long to blog, but suffice it to say that after a mad dash at SeaTac only to then wait an hour due to security concerns our great Delta flight landed at CDG 20 minutes early. Lovely weather, and an easy escape from CDG in our rental car. Took about 2+ hours to drive to Honfleur which is a completely charming coastal town spared from serious WWII damage. Very crowded this Saturday, but still a pleasure ...
Hello all! So with Semester at Sea, there are a few ports where students have the option to travel independently from the ship and meet at the next port. This is what they call an "overland." I took advantage of this, so while the ship went from Antwerp, Belgium to La Harve, France, I traveled with a group via train from Antwerp, to Amsterdam, to Paris, and ended in La Harve. The entire group I traveled with consisted of 6 girls and 3 other guys. It was a ...