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Slipdigit - Rijksmuseum - Amsterdam, Netherlands

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    From: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

    The fortunate Slipdigit continues his globetrotting quest for culture, reporting in this time from the Rijksmuseum, in Amsterdam.

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    The whole family made the tour, although I think my wife and youngest all but ran through it. They were in the restaurant before me and the eldest had even seen half of the exhibits.

    Regardless, it was an exciting journey and I am glad I was able to ramble through the building. I was frankly surprised at how large The Night Watch is. It is huge.

    We also went through the National Gallery in London. It was outstanding, also, and of particular interest to me, it was FREE.
     
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