Seems to be our first real breakfast since we started the trip
So many bicycles!
Every house in Amsterdam is actually leaning out towards the street. It was done on purpose. If you look at the house to the left with red shutters, there's a hook on the top. Because houses were taxed by how wide they are people would build them really skinny. So they could move furniture in and out through the windows the hooks are used to create a pulley system and the houses lean forward so they can pull the furniture up without hitting the building. Those clever Dutch!
Kids playing on the canal after it iced over.
Found a random statue of Rembrandt with lots of little soldiers around him. No idea what it means. Kinda interesting.
Concert hall with the best acoustics in the world. It would be great to see a show here.
I Am Amsterdam!
Dam Square with the National Monument built in remembrance of those who died in WWII
In front of the Royal Palace.
Royal Palace. It wasn't originally, but Louie Bonaparte was made King and decided he wanted to live here. He also wanted to make his first speech in Dutch, which he didn't speak, but he did it anyways. His first sentence was supposed to be "I am your King." It came out "I am your Rabbit!" He then became known as the Rabbit King.
I got a heart biscotti with my coffee at the coffeeshop!
Doughnuts and pizza together!
Wok to Walk. Best take away ever.