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... and then from there, follow the directions I had. So I did that. When I arrived at Centraal Station, I had no clue where to go - it was all so overwhelming and there were so many trams. After walking around for a bit I eventually gave up and just went to a random tram to ask the driver for directions. He told me I'd have to take two trams to get where I wanted to go, so I got on the first and from there, that driver directed me to the ...
... we went back to our place, got our stuff, checked out, and went to the airport. We got to the airport by taking a bus and experienced an interesting argument between two women. It sounded like one of the woman was staring at the other, and asked her to stop. The woman being stared at called the other a racist for looking at her, and they kept going back and forth the entire ride to the airport. Anyways, we got back to Copenhagen happily and safely!
... were smoking a joint on an Amsterdam Red Light District street. Classy! They decided to have one last round talking to the girls in the windows before calling it a night. Frank happily waltzed along high-fiving and congratulating blokes every time he saw one emerge from a window, while Fred was getting some seriously low prices for some really dirty acts from some even dirtier girls! But they were getting the munchies. Bad. And when that hunger overtook the fun of ************ the ...
... all of the little details and nuances the museum had to offer and were having a great time. Sam Jackson and I on the other hand were counting the minutes until we left.
During our stay in Amsterdam, we took full advantage of nearby Vondelpark. Caroline and I jogged there several mornings, and we took the kids on several run/walks through the park. There was an abundance of small lakes, interesting statues, playgrounds, and jungle gyms throughout ...
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Vermeer was only moderately successful during his own lifetime and died poor. Only 34 paintings can be attributed to him and he has suffered through nearly 2 centuries of virtual anonymity. Fortunately, now he is considered one the great Dutch Masters. He painted middle class scenes and the majority were painted in the same 2 rooms in his house in Delft. Vermeer was unique in the 17th century in his use of lapis lazuli as pigment in his paint. It ...