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... Light District, but being so early in the evening and well before dark (it doesn't get dark here until around 10 pm) things weren't particularly "busy" if you know what I mean. Not many of the "ladies" were advertising their wares. A little of that goes along way, so we certainly saw all that we needed before heading back to our hotel. Tomorrow's another day...our last full day here in Amsterdam. We have nothing scheduled, so we'll just go where the wind takes ...
... to me that we were able to get all the way to Amsterdam and back without using a car. I think it's safe to say that we are taking advantage of using public transit as much as we can in Europe. Well, that's all I've got for now. Next week, on May 14th, we will be heading to London as Andy has another day off of work because of a German holiday. Maybe we will get to see Princess Charlotte?! Hehe. :-) Just kidding. Hope everyone is having an enjoyable week! Cheers! -Kyndall ...
Our flower day finally arrived and the weather was cool and clear. Bundled up again, we stayed on the boat from Delft to Leidschendam and then rode to the tiny town of Oude Wetering. On the way we rode through the very pretty old town of Leiden and then we started through the tulip fields. That was very slow going with lots and lots of pixels used in incredibly colourful ways. By the time we started getting tired of taking ...
... happy to find, taste and order a large cup of creamy tomato soup with pesto accompanied by a fresh & flaky cheese covered croissant stick! Rasta & I felt so happy and content enjoying this delicious soup in the windowsill of Elizabeth's apartment on a cold Friday afternoon. I was also feeling very confident/independent after my brave bike mission and comedic interaction with the loud, boisterous Greek man who seemed more surprised with my own gusto towards life. ...
... an 11 days. We trudged up to a 360 surround flick on the first 100 days of the invasion...impressive but really LOUD. From Arromanches we drove west to the Amercan Cemetery and visitors center, our experience was emotionally moving....it is a truly beautiful sight. We did walk down to the beach, and tried to imagine what those GIs saw as they waded ashore. Heroic understates it all. We got back to Bayeux in time to visit the Tapestry. Gave me a chance to recite what ...