Soooo, I was planning on sharing these photos on Friday, but then Adam’s older sister had her baby! So I was on babysitting duty for our up to then youngest niece since she had a high temperature and it probably wouldn’t be a good idea to take a sick baby to meet the brand new baby. Then said sick baby got me sick so I was a sniffly mess all weekend. How’s that for life lately? Since I don’t have much to share other than that, here’s some more Amsterdam pictures! So if you’ve ever been to Amsterdam, and been to the I AMSTERDAM sign, you will know it’s damn near impossible to get a picture without a 100 people in front of it. I gave up. We then waited a good ten minutes for children to stop climbing on the D so that I could get a picture in it. Adam gave up on the A but we came back a different day and got one. What is it about sculptures that makes grown people just want to climb all over them? Also, parents should really watch their children more closely, there was a little girl who got stuck between the a and m, and I tried to help her down but she didn’t speak english so who knows what she thought I was trying to do but she wouldn’t let me help her. Around the area outside of the museum and the sculpture, there were a few bench sculptures, and some spheres that were there to be auctioned off eventually to raise money for a children’s charity I believe.Of course Maggie and I had to get a typical tourist picture, as that’s what we were after all!
Do you take pictures with local landmarks and famous sights when you travel?