|The interior of the Stadsschouwburg.|
|Walt, Honoree and Heather|
|The lively scene outside the theater after the show. We were too tired to join in.|
|Looking back at the theater|
|Boats of all kinds cruise the canals. This one was a surprise!|
|This group were whooping and hollering, generally having a|
|Scott tried to get a shot of these baby ducklings but Daddy|
was having none of it!
|We love seeing the bridges open. There are so many types.|
|The Maritime Museum and the "Amsterdam"|
|Heather wearing her audio player|
|The gorgeous Royal Barge - still used by the King|
|These ship decorations were very amusing|
|As was this caption on a parked car.|
|Boats of all kinds even include these inflatable birds|
|The Jewish Bridge by Rembrandt at the Rijsmuseum|
|And his huge and wonderful "Night Watch"|
|Here's our lunch spot - pretty, yes?|
|We had a long talk with this boat captain. He|
gives tours of one or one and a half hours
(150 or 180 Euros) Too rich for our
pocketbooks. It's solar powered!
|Dutch waffles come in all flavors.|
|There are MILLIONS of bicycles in Amsterdam - 1.5 for|
every resident.. Dedicated bike paths are on every street and
they are packed - especially at commuting hours.
|Dutch shoes as souvenirs|
|Honoree made dinner at her apartment for us. These huge|
artichokes inspired her.
|I bought basil hummus and olives for another dinner at our|
|She added these "gambias" (large shrimps) to the menu|
|Scott tries a freshly made macaroon.|
|And here's the final dish at Honoree & Walt's apartment!|
Shrimp & Artichoke pasta with cream sauce.