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... diary multiple times she longed to have a normal childhood and breathe
fresh air, ride a bike and be outside.
On a (much less important) side note, it was also exciting to climb the stairs
and be in the same place they filmed The Fault in Our Stars. John Green is even
featured reading from his book in a film at the end of the museum tour.
Next we walked down to the Rijksmuseum, but didn’t actually go in, just admired
the massive ...
... ones) - they have well over a million visitors each year. After that we walked up to Dam square where the Palace is. We enjoyed seeing all the bikes everywhere, canals galore, trams, lots of boats, tall thin apartments / buildings, lots of cafés and the sweet, sweet smell of Amsterdam everywhere. We then had a look through a flea market, picked up our luggage and caught the train back to Paula's in ...
... 8220;Ladies” stand in the windows to display their assets (they are in skimpy outfits so not actually in their birthday suits but there is little left to the imagination. When we went around it must have been break time as most were on their phones texting. Kind of funny.
Found a lovely pub on a canal and sat for the afternoon drinking beers and watching the continuous parade of so many different people (including a ...
... bicycle trip back I took a different route, but again all I saw was nice flora, no fauna. I did see one bunny, well I think it was a bunny, because it disappeared into the underbrush before I got anywhere close. I'm beginning to think that there is no wildlife in all of Europe - no deer, no elk, no wolves, no bears, nothing - and that Europe develops these nature parks to make people think that there are animals but it's all just a sham. Disappointed, I ...
... i am amsterdam sign, we headed to the hotel for a nap. We got a few hours of resting / sleep and were ready to find somewhere to eat. The front desk suggested that we head down the street for a 15 minute walk to where there would be a number of restaurants. Turned out to be about half an hour and it started raining shortly after we started. We had a nice meal, with some bitteballen and called it a ...