Hotel Van Gogh
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I had visited Amsterdam in 2008 for 1-2
days but had not seen much beyond Anne Franks house and the canals, being the
last stop on our Contiki tour we were both exhausted and used it as a place to
say our farewells. This time I spent the day walking the main districts. I made
my way to the city centre through Joordan and the Western …
... 3pm. Had a drink by the canals again and discovered a little church that had been converted into a market. I love how they do that with old churches in the Netherlands, it's so creative. Like, you don't want to get rid of the church because it's beautiful, but no one goes to church anymore, so it's such a waste that no one gets to see how beautiful it is. So why not use the space for something else. Super creative and I looove the idea :) Then we caught a ferry ...
... was our first stress free day and it was well needed. Even though we barely avoided multiple bike collisions as we walked the city, I never felt lost for the first time in a while. Things are looking up, and we head off to Berlin tomorrow to meet up with our UCLA friend Ryan for a few days there. “A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.” Lao ...
... who also made a full inventory of everything in the house for the purpose of sale. Poor Rembrandt had to go find a place to rent; the list survived, enabling the museum to recreate with amazing accuracy, his home. His bedroom, his kitchen, where he painted, where he taught, where his maid slept and where he received clients to trade art - all there - quite surreal.
We stood in the room where he had painted, his large wooden easel ...
... museum. Luckily there was no que at all, very pleased we tried again! Amazing how such a young girl was so good at expressing her feelings with words. And how close they were to escaping them, one unknown person betrayed them and told the Germans were they where. We didn't get back to skippy till 10.00pm so we didn't drive as far as we planned, remembering a nice spot in Oosthuizen to set up camp for the ...