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... reality, it was actually called Vondel Park, but the suggestive delivery from Dad was still disgusting. Despite this, it was a very pretty park, and given the gorgeous day, absolutely packed with people making the most of it. Moving on from here, it conveniently linked to the museum district of Amsterdam, including the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. While we weren't going in them, on such a nice day the surrounds were really good to soak up, and we got to see the big I ...
... the supermarket for a couple of essentials (big shop tomorrow).
After dinner we did some final decisions on which route to explore in the next week. One of the places we would like to explore in the future when the weather is nicer are the lakes near here and Isi used our new dictionary to translate some of the information regarding them, so already useful. Then relaxed, read and did puzzles ...
... full breath. A few minutes later I was seated on my plane for a quick 45 minute trip to Amsterdam. It was an easy flight and when we landed at 9pm it was still light outside. Schipol is a tiny airport and since I didn't have to run to baggage claim this time, I was able to take a look at everything going on around me. I spotted the most adorable, little girl rolling a ladybug with wheels alongside her mother. They caught up to the rest of their family and I ...
... Amsterdam city appeared to us like one huge village with everyone enjoying one another's company. The canal scenery was wonderful, the still conditions made mirror images of the old buildings and we felt like we were walking through pictures from old jigsaw puzzles we did as children. The evening boat parties passing by our apartment still continued into the night and provided us with entertaining scenes of people having ...
... is such a musical place. On stations, trains, in the street, everyone is playing music, pianos, saxophones, piano accordions, (of course they expect a tip if you take their photo) but the atmosphere is just lovely. This is sure a city of bicycles. Everyone rides and the streets are packed with the bikes chained to some structure or other. You have to have eyes in the back of your head as like Melbourne they have their own set ...