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... and emotional thoughts, we were both left in very reflective states. I couldn't help but think about the relative differences between our current situation and the billions on our planet who will likely never take a tour of any kind. Walking back through the museum area while reflecting upon the history all around us was quite intense. As we walked through the large mall, it became clear that history was happening in the now. A fairly large group of protesters was busy ...
... who booked our tickets in Angers didn't leave enough time between arriving in Antwerp and changing trains for Amsterdam. 5 minutes actually. Antwerp is not the biggest station that we have ever been to but when it is the first time that one has been there, it takes a few minutes to orientate oneself to the layout and finding the right platform. We found the platform just as the doors of the train closed and ...
... pleasant, friendly, convivial, quaint, fun, sociable, delightful, togetherness, belonging… it’s just, well, gezellig.
To my hosts, Leon and Elvin - bless. Thankyou so much for your hospitality, generosity and sharing your beautiful city with me. I had an incredible time, put on ten kg and cannot wait to party with you again soon! t was so great to catch up with you and I await the next time to party like it was 1990's. Hugs and kisses. ...
... and in particular the red light
district where scantily clad ladies of the night could be seen
encouraging customers into their boudoirs. Prostitution is legal and
customers pay 65 euro for a session which cannot be more than eight
minutes. Very narrow streets and alleys and some seedy looking
people but mainly young people having a good time.
the tour we had a late dinner, wandered the streets a little more
then the ...
... walking tour today, saw the narrowest house, Westerkerk, and the flower markets which warrant a return visit, and many other interesting sights. By late afternoon we returned to the hotel and after dinner did a bit of a walk but it was raining so couldn't go too far. Wednesday Today we caught the hop on/off bus and did a complete loop before getting off at various places. Visited the giant windmill, the Dapper Markets where the locals shop, Vondel Park, saw Anne Frank house but ...
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Dijk 74-78, Enkhuizen | Hotelfrom $111