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Jeanne was kind enough to go back to Amsterdam and go to the Van Gogh Museum with me. Amy and Jen hung out in Utrecht for the day. I enjoyed the museum (I think Jeanne tolerated it) but was disappointed to learn his painting Starry Night was currently being displayed in NewYork. Just interesting to see his different works. After the museum we walked to the Bloemenmarkt, just as beautiful as ...
... II. Our guide book said there would be tour guides in English, but not today, I guess. We almost left, though I still wanted to go in. Suddenly the gentleman said we could go I and look for free. Interesting place with many posters and pictures of the era. Another man popped out of his office and offered to show us a movie in English. So, we watched a series of black and white newsreels in English with Dutch subtitles. If you are too young and don't know what a newsreel is, ...
... the beer tasted great earlier, refreshing from a muggy hour-long ride through town. The breeze feels good against the condensation on your skin, not too cool or warm in the evening. I want to ride my bike everywhere for the rest of the trip now, especially because it is mostly flat here so you don't huff and puff to get anywhere.
Tomorrow we explore Utrecht, tonight we will eat dinner and go to bed. G'night! ...
We woke up this morning to a white winter wonderland outside our hotel bedroom window. It was a lot of snow and we set out to make a snowman but it was too cold so we hurried back inside. After a delicious buffet breakfast it was time to get ready for our trip to Amsterdam. The car was covered in snow and needed a good scraping to clean the windows but we left the snow on the roof. The road was clean and we made it in good time. Reinie was waiting for us and it ...
... but of course no electric and no internet, so will catch up tomorrow when at a marina.
We played Rummikub after tea. It was not John’s night and Isi winning 6 games out of 7. When we are playing games, we listen to CD’s and last night it was Fairport convention compilation and Briget McMahon "Celtic woman".
The wind has dropped and the canal is like a mill pond for a change and so a quiet night in store.