These guys have a lovely garden on the water's edge
Even the central railway station has some style.
We had a lovely lunch in the top of the Central library due to a friend's tip, (thanks Tony),here's the view
and we also wandered through the red light district so Garrie could do some window shopping. It would seem very curvy dark girls are the flavour of the moment. How they can stand in the windows is beyond me. Thankfully photos are not allowed. On our list of "to do's" is Anne Frank's house. Don't know the story? These links will help you out. https://www.google.com.au/search?q=the+diary+of+anne+frank&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en&client=safari
It's a book I treasured from teen years and still have but alas this little girl's true story of the holocaust is still so popular that the queue to see the house was about 2 hours long. We'll try again tomorrow as online tickets are also sold out. The original house facade appears to be protected so we satisfied ourselves with a photo of her statue, which people still lay flowers at.
The evening and our local neighbour hood were much quieter and we both decided that Amsterdam is growing on us. Everyone makes the best of their space and these guys are growing flowers and a fig tree on the pavement outside their house.
And since we are in Holland the final photo for the day is something very familiar. "See" you tomorrow, off to have cheese (purchased today and local of course), biscuits and Whisky and maybe some Betty's fruitcake so a highly cultural evening ahead.