Anyway, one of the things I learned after looking through my pictures was that I apparently took a lot of selfies. I think this was mostly because I was alone, vain, and have been taking them before they went digital and had a name. I literally have hundreds of pics from holding the camera out in front of me all my life. So it really is no surprise that I have selfies galore from the trip.
Since I had them, I thought I'd tell the story through myself. Or my selfies.
|This was right outside of the Anne Frank House. It was touching and amazing. And no photos allowed inside.|
|Me and a piece of art at the Rijks Museum. I wanted a Rembrandt selfie or a selfie with Van Gogh's self portrait, |
but they were always busy with crowds.
|Selfie with a Kendra, my DC co-worker on our last night|
|Last Dinner selfie. I have to say that the tablescape was prettier than any wedding I've been too (sorry, friends)|
|"I'm on a boat" selfie. We getting ready to glide through the canals with champagne.|
|Selfie with my NYC colleague, Ed, while we made some pastries and chocolates.|
|Not technically a selfie because my hands were full. Here I am filling chocolates with a ganache.|
Chef would've been so proud.
|Again, not a selfie, but me and another DC colleague Amaris making Dutch Apple Pie (of course)|
|So, I went to McDonald's. So what. After 4 days of meals with 10 ingredients per dish, you'd probably want a cheeseburger too. Plus they're a client, so that's technically just doing my job, right?|
|This used to be the Capitol building in Amsterdam |
but the prince decided at one point it was too nice to be government and took it over. It was pretty sweet.
|Some large statue that someone told me was important. |
There were always people gathered around it, so I bought in.