Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Europe tour Interail 2006 : Amsterdam, end of the travel

En français
We arrived in Brussels early morning and took the first train to Amsterdam. The first thing we did arriving in Amsterdam would be to get our train ticket to go back to France. The trip in your own country is not included in the interrail pass. Then we started exploring. Amsterdam is a lot like Venezia with a lot of canal everywhere, so a lot of water and boats. We walked along the canal Damrak until the famous, Mme Tussaud's (wax museum) and Paleis op de Dam (Royal Palace). We continued to the city center and visit a market of flower and seeds. We walked in the pedestrian streets and went to see the Rembrandt museum celebrating the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt Harmenszoon von Rijn's birth. Rembrandt was a painter who contributed to a period that historians call the Dutch Golden Age. He is famous for his self portrait. We then took our train to go back to Brussels which is a bit late making us worry about catching the others but we still made it.
We soon realized on the way back that we have been living a memorable adventure during 30 days all over Europe and I will recommend to everyone to try it.
Europe tour Interail 2006 : Introduction 
Travel table of content

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