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... but managed to miss the exit and had to do a u-turn. I turned to my right which was a big mistake and caused a local to t-bone me. She yelled some profanities and I yelled sorry but we were both fine and on we went after the boys had finished laughing at me.
We decided that the best way not to get lost was to just ride straight, and so we did, never turning and ended up at a large lake which had parks and swings and basketball ...
... and we were in the museum within a half hour.
I should describe the outside of the Rijksmuseum first: an imposing, red-orange brick structure that looked like a palace, with little statues adorning it. So it was a sight to see in itself before even entering. Inside, there were exhibitions with paintings by artists most of us have heard of (Rembrandt, Vermeers) and many others of a similar style from the same periods. There were many beautiful portraits ...
... here and there to lighten the mood but nothing could take it away from how stinking hot it was down there!!! Everyone was sweating and the lucky ones like Stacey and I had a map to sort of fan ourselves. The tour was finished and everyone went back to the bar for a nice old cold beer. We biked back to get our bags and head off on the tram service to our bus. We had to wait for a few hours at the bus station since it didn't leave till like 11pm, so we laid down ...
... could get past the fact that they were eating little animals that they probably grew up playing with. After lunch we continued to the arch de triumph and challs of lesay, where Renata and I were shopping up a storm! At the moment we decided to split so Renata and I could take our time shopping and the other girls continue on. One particular shop that really stood out for us girls actually seemed like a park entrance with massive iron gates and ...
... a little behind our seat so he didn’t notice him take it. We are VERY lucky to have got our stuff back. Ben said as soon as they guy saw that was being chased, he dropped the bags and just kept walking, knowing that Ben would want to get back to the train rather than run after him. It all happened so fast it was pretty crazy situation! Poor Wallace was listening to his ipod and just saw Ben run off the train out the window and didn’t really know ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Tulip Amsterdam
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