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... this year when the co-pilot decided to commit suicide and take a plane load of people with him. Connie and I weren't concerned however as we thought this just might be the safest airline to fly with now since they probably put everything through the ringer after that event. The flight was on time and actually arrived a bit earlier than planned due to the great flying conditions.
In Amsterdam we again faced a long haul through this gargantuan airport to ...
... some new towels.
We got home about 2pm and I slept till about 5pm. The sex show starts at 7pm but it has continuous shows till 2am. So we weren't in any hurry. We had dinner and headed in later when it had gotten dark. Amsterdam is very beautiful at night specially when they light up the bridges on the canal. We made it to the red light district about 9pm and walked down and checked out the ladies under the red lights. Then we headed into the show. We found some seats ...
... you! Ugghh! I'm hoping my clothes still fit. I did stop long enough to drool over massive quantities of chocolate at one of the shops (see pic). It was a dreary, drizzly day in Amsterdam. From my window in the plane, I saw lots of canals, quite a few golf courses, a wind farm, and maybe sheep....white dots in green pastures? Lots of green pastures. Maybe I can get a short nap in and dream of that ...
... the streets of Amsterdam enjoying the canals and bistros (looking into those coffee houses and red-light windows) for which it is so famous. We had dinner on the Jewel canal cruise again. We had used this company last year and greatly enjoyed it, and this year's canal tour and dinner was just as lovely.
We started Monday with a leisurely 14 mile bike ride through the ...
... I now wanted to go into the city to the party. I had seen the kings bday celebrations on tv with all the orange everywhere. It looked fun then. So I asked the ones not going on the tour, who's going in? Jacky and I were the only adventurous ones to head into the city via tram and train. She's from Sydney, 50 yrs old, travelling with her sister. Young minded. Like me. Orange people everywhere. Beer and pot smoking Canals, skinny ...