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I was fortunate enough to spend 52 hours in Amsterdam this weekend! I went with a group of 600 people from my university. I saw Centraal Station, Dam Square, The Red Light District, tons of canals including Amstel, Gentleman's, and Princess, and Vondelpark. My hostel was right next to Vondelpark. I went in the Van Gogh ...
... of which made the local deer quite happy and me quite miserable because I ended up with 3 stalks and 2 tulip flowers at the end of it all. While I was exclaiming proudly to my new neighbor, who had great experience in this matter, she informed me that the tulips would not see the light of day as the deer would eat them all. Yep. At least I had also planted daffodils and some lilies and those all grew and were lovely.
... Countries I should live in range from: New Zealand, England, France, USA, Spain, and China. wow, how did China get in there? Must have really been feeling a bit odd when I answered it that day, although I wouldn't mind living in China for a period of time. When I have taken a quiz multiple times, I have never, ever gotten the same answer twice.
... OMG. I definitely would have a hard time with that. The few times our boiler has broken in the middle of cold weather, I've not been able to function without so many layers that I couldn't function anyway because I couldn't move!
So my husband and I now joke about whether the weather is T-shirt and flip flop weather or fleece weather or heavy coat weather. In all instances - we're talking winter weather!
... before our furniture and household goods arrived via sea) to now find a house. We found this one in the paper and fell in love with it immediately. It backs up to a golf course down a long driveway and few neighbors. Not the best kitchen I wanted but private and enough room, we thought, no air conditioner - ha ha - but nice, really, really nice. And luckily, the owner was willing to get out in time for our shipment to ...