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... and evolving work, while the third floor is devoted to bringing his world to life, with various interactive and mind bending installations. It was mind blowing, maybe a bit too much for Anna who came down with a migraine soon afterwards... On Sunday morning we headed back into the city to a antique and book market, which was being held down near the plein, before I caught the train to rotterdam to catch a plane to my next destination, ...
... the doors were closed and locked. There were four of us trying to get on to this train – but the doors wouldn’t open – even a kind woman couldn’t open them from the inside. (This is very unusual, because the doors generally do not close until an instant before the train pulls out.) This seemed to be our day to miss trains by seconds!!
This was a good excuse to get a sandwich ...
... Since it was Easter weekend, the streets were jammed with sight seers. We struggled to stay together and in my haste to catch up, I dropped my older camera into the canal. My camera sleeps with the fishes. However and thankfully, my brother Daniel convinced me to upgrade to an iPhone 5s and the camera is superb. We are also carrying one other older digital camera which did not end up in the drink. Who's will see a mix of images from both of these sources. Can you ...
... where I left her and still in one piece. A quick check over and a refill of the chain oiler, boxes on and back over that road and in for breakfast.
With breakfast eaten I decided to take the bike up to the station area of the city and park it up there and go explore.
With the satnav set I plodded off and soon found myself riding along between the tram lines with loads of bicycles riding along next to me.
Up ahead is a red traffic light and so I stop and quite ...
The festival on Monday night, De Parade, is an annual summer festival located in Amsterdam South that attracts mainly young people and theater go-ers. Moni explained that they also have the same festival in 4 other cities in Holland during the summer, but the one in Amsterdam attracts more of a young, hip scene than the others. A group of 6 of us went, including Thomas's friend Maarten and girlfriend Lola, from Spain. We had fantastic street food (chicken with Mexican spices, grilled ...