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A Melbourne kind of day
Rain, sunshine -repeat
Still, when in s city like Amsterdam, it is always nice
Started the day at the Van Gogh museum. This is on 3 levels, so it is tiring just getting around. Some great impressionist work, but some that looked like it was done by a 2 year old. We much prefer the classical painters
Next stop, a canal cruise. Breathtaking. So many canals, with magnificent architecture all along them. ...
... a thing or two about public transport from the European cities. Amsterdam has very few cars in the central area and very few traffic lights. It does take a while to get used to looking out for trams and bicycles but we all came away unscathed. Instead of a taxi MDW and I used public transport to get from the hotel to the airport without any problems. Thanks Louise, Richard, Rebecca, Laura and Ricky for your company. She said: Sorry I was a party pooper but my head couldn't go ...
... out and especially at 45 cents! We headed towards the famous windmill near downtown via a very long street market. I would love to lose myself in some of the deals if I didn’t have to carry it all on my back. We felt like Mules already. I know it sounds ridiculous but when we pass a posh hotel or museum we always like to take this opportunity to use the nicest toilets in town….. for free. Places like McDonalds hire a guy full-time to tend to ...
The goal for breakfast was to try out some herring. There was a little shop not too far from us where the guitarist from the Pixies (OK, just a lookalike- this is a game we like to play) served all sorts of fish tidbits. We dined on herring with onions and pickles, kipperling with sauce, and a fish cake. All were great and fresh.
We rode to the Rijks museum and the next couple hours gave way to fine art. We focused mostly on the floor devoted to the 16th century, with Rembrandt ...
... director for our 2012 safari in Kenya and Tanzania. We share a nice reunion in the aisle of the aircraft.
Upon arrival in Arusha, we pass the through long lines at Tanzanian Immigrations paying $100 each for our visas. Mariam, from the local Wild Source office, drives us to the Arusha Hotel in downtown Arusha. The drive takes forty five minutes. The hotel restaurant is still open so all of us grab some dinner. It is 2 A.M. before we get to ...