Loved this 18th Century paint box
Cheeky bit of Meissen pottery
And an outside exhibition of Calder.
OH and I did what we did in Gent and walked a lot (though as Amsterdam is so big we did use the trams)
Like Gent bikes are king in Amsterdam. If it was similar in London I would happily cycle to work but as it is it's far too scary
This street does look wonky, however apparently it's so that the winch to take things up the floors is straight.
Was lucky enough to see the winch in action so you know what I'm talking about
But of course Amsterdam is canals
And canals with reflections!
I did go back to the Van Gogh museum. My top tip for this museum is don't buy a ticket in advance - it didn't seem to make much difference. I would advise get there early to avoid the crowds...
But it is stunning and well worth a visit!
OH has family who live in Amsterdam and they recommended this incredible street market
Which was very, very long
Selling all sorts of things from Buddahs
And to end my Netherlands odyssey here is OH's sunglasses reflecting the world go by as we had a cheek beer. Yes I've discovered White Beer - my new favourite drink.... yay! So that's our holiday. Summer is fading and autumn is looming. Ah well, there is always next year!