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... like me who cannot seem to remember which way to look crossing the road....the boys tell me I should be looking both ways anyway!! I have taught them well.
Trams are easy and after getting a 96 hour pass, we can make our way anywhere very easily. The trams are a way for us to throw out a little durian our walks of discovery.
Harley and I set of to a local Monday market at Noordermarkt yesterday while Don stayed back ...
... lit up). Our favourite park was VondelPark, where you can follow the many paths around the lakes and stop at one of the cafés and watch the cyclists ride by. Top unusual activities - visit The Ice Bar and drink cocktails, tour Yub Yam (high class brothel), and wander Bodyworks and see how the inside of the human body works (Shar loved it). Visit the self proclaimed Sin City (Amsterdam) = ...
... Earring is here and I was not disappointed. Having read the book and seen the movie, Anne and I can now say we have seen the painting as well. We had lunch with Matthew in the Square, before going on to see the European Parliament and the outdoor arts exhibition, along with outdoor markets. Finished the afternoon with Matthew taking us on the tram down to the beach near Den ...
... It was great to see the beauty of the city rather than stay out late in the Red Light District (like our roommates, not bitter). So we woke up early the next day to get to the Anne Frank House before the line was ridiculous. We were also leaving later that day so we had to pack up our things (moderately quiet, sorry not sorry) to leave at the train station. We got to the museum at 9:15, only 15 minutes after it opened, and we still ...
... a bit like a Butlins with everything possible going for it, but at least we have a pitch of our own tonight, as well as electric and showers and pancakes for dinner. I washed a few undies to keep us going until we get home and hung them up like flags from our chairs, luckily it was sunny and windy so hopefully all will be dry by bedtime.
Tomorrow we have to leave by about 12.00 to catch the ferry back to Harwich and then meet ...