Sunday, November 15, 2015

From Brussels Back To Amsterdam

FROM BRUSSELS, THE TRIO TOOK ANOTHER ONE HOUR PLUS TRAIN RIDE TO OUR LAST STOP FOR THE TRIP... AMSTERDAM!  We spent two nights here near the city to have a look around before our Europe trip comes to an end.....
We stayed near to the Skinny Bridge... Yes, it is called skinny...
Maybe no cars but only pedestrians and bicycles can cross over....
Amsterdam is full of canals... Never lack of water....
Aaron suggested we walked all the way to the center of the city.....
It was really a long walk... Half hour or more.....
Along the way, we stopped to take pictures...
It was pretty cold in Amsterdam... but we sat at the sidewalk to have pur lunch....
The Memorial....
Along the way.... Canals after canals...
Fascinated by the houses slanting to the right....
Must be due to Aaron's muscles....after all, he is my source of strength in times like this....

Latest updates:  Thank you for your concerns, some of you have sent me messages asking me where I am now...Yes, very shocked and saddened by the tragedy in Paris... And the fact that we were there just two weeks ago, it was so overwhelming... Sad for the victims and at the same time, so thankful that we had left... At this time of posting, I am already home.... 

21 comments:

  1. Lots of canals, there's this story of the boy who stuck his finger in the dyke. There's a statue of him somewhere, maybe not in Amsterdam, not sure.

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  2. Where's your friend, didn't see your friend in the picture?

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    1. Hahaaaa... You and Arthur think alike....

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  3. Look back, 2nd picture, she's taking picture of the scenery, hehe...

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  4. Great to know you are home safe and sound.

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  5. Thank god you are doing fine and enjoying your Europe tour. I love the photo of the slanting houses.

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  6. I didn't know Amsterdam got those slanted houses! Thought their houses famous for being small and narrow only...

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  7. yeah, lots of canals and lots of bridges, somehow i actually love see "water" in a city, good fengshui also huh?? hehe.. and glad to hear that you are all well and already safely at home now.. pray for Paris!!

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  8. Good to know you are safely home. So sad for Paris and the people affected.

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  9. Good to know that you are home safely..hope the European countries will do something to prevent this kind of tragedy to happen..

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  10. Good to know you are already at home now.. Yup, read about the Paris incident 2 days ago from FB..

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  11. Glad to know that you are safely at home now.

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