Robert Ramon Hotel
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... room, and waited for Jordan N to arrive. He was late, and we hurried to Amsterdam Centraal to catch our 8:52 PM train, and said bye to Mira. We caught the train in the nick of time, and took a three hour ride to Brussels. We met a boy my age named Steven who we talked to most of the time, and who spoke five languages fluently. We always marvel over people with that ability. I tried to sleep, but was really cold and started feeling sick, so it wasn't a ...
... meals later and tried to give me something else. I told them I ordered gluten free and they realized their mistake. They gave me the last salad. Breakfast before we landed
It was 3:30pm when we left MSP and then 8 hours to Amsterdam. It was 6AM when I got into Amsterdam due to the time change.
Im sure I will see Cindy at the gate...hopefully.
It is time to board the flight to Tanzania. ...
Back on the road that is.
So, just a quick quick update for all.
We went to Spain, fell in love with an area, found an awesome British school for Hagan, applied for said school, tooted around France, went up to Amsterdam, hung out there for a few weeks and then in mid March we returned to the States.
There, we applied for our Spanish residency VISA at the embassy in Washington DC (If you noticed the paper ...
... we depart.
Outside the church, on the Oudekerksplein, we discovered a couple of interesting monuments: a statue honoring the "Unknown Prostitute" (inscribed with the name "Belle"); and a bronze sculpture of a hand stroking a female breast, which was embedded in the cobblestones on the street by an anonymous artist back in 1993. On our way out of the Oudekerksplein, and within a stone's throw of the church, we had our first glimpse of two ...
... prostitute from the cost of hiring a window (€150/day) to licencing to customers (charged €50+ depending on type of service) and saw some 'interesting' attire! She walked us through many interesting laneways including Skinny Alley which is only 1m wide.
So, we are almost ready to leave lovely Amsterdam, having visited Anne Frank house and Albert Cruyp market today. we are thinking of taking a train ride to Rotterdam tomorrow before moving on to ...