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Day 3 - Bus Wanderers
It was raining and it was cold. We didn't know what we wanted to do so we bought City Sightseeing bus tickets and sat on a sightseeing bus for a couple of hours.The bus drives a set route around the city and also acts as a hop on hop off. In my opinion, we should have done this on day 1, because we did see things that we thought would be good but were running out of time. It was pretty cheap to do and was fun. We were given ...
... but we were glad we saw it. After the Anne Frank house brendan went on a bike tour on a rented bike and Carmen and I went shopping. They have some pretty cool shops there. We each bought a warm sweater and a scarf, and also went to the Pandora store in the shopping mall in Dam square. It rained on and off and by the time we got back to our hostel to meet brendan our flats were soaked, but that was ...
... and adventure, and to prove my independence to my family and most importantly to myself.
But before moving in with my new family I decided to explore all that the coffee shop capital of the world had to offer! 4 days in Amsterdam definitely prepared me for next chapter of my solo traveling life ahead of me. To be honest I was that intimidated by this place I spent the rest of my day after arriving in the hostel skyping home...At some stage I had to ...
... Hotel which is very convenient to the train station, Amsterdam's famous red light district, and lots of shops and restaurants. The WestCord is very high tech--with VERY small rooms, like most European hotels! Maybe 200 sq. feet, with a split bed--two mattresses with separate bedding perched on a platform that touches the carpeted wall which holds the flat screen TV. Kae got too close to the outside edge and her mattress dumped her onto the ...
... the 17th Century domination of trade by the Dutch, and I deliberately use the word “dominated” rather than “glorified”. Even the still-life paintings were fascinating as they highlighted how painters used objects to signify the wealth of the time, or the troubles of the time. Coupled with that, they pointed out how the best painters deliberately positioned objects next together which would reflect light off each other to create the most ...