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The City of Bridges and Canals

April 30, 2015

A bit more of my last bout of travelling, this stop, Amsterdam. While in Amsterdam I got to travel to Keukenoff to see the tulip fields/gardens, and spent a lot of time walking around the city with my friend Tara as a tour guide, who is studying there for the semester. The city was beautiful and we had great weather for the whole trip. I got to try some native dutch cuisine, dutch pancakes, which were incredible. All in all it was one of my favorite trips, and I am so thankful to Tara for showing me around, and for the opportunity to see Holland and Amsterdam, the native country of my great grandfather. 

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