A Few of My Favorite Things – Amsterdam

Anne & Kirk Woodyard – Music and Markets Tours

What keeps us coming back to Amsterdam, besides the wonderful music of the
Gra0821071 Flowers and Boatschtenfestival (the annual Canal Festival, filling the city with melodies in August) ?
Here are a few of our favorite things:

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Amazing Architectural Details,

 

 

 

such as these overdoors:

 

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The world’s best apple cake (our fave is at Cafe Winkel)

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Always an interesting sight

 

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as you walk along the old canals:

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such as Amsterdam’s Narrowest House

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And just when you think
you’ve said a fond good bye to it all,
a mini-museum of treasures right in the airport!

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The best way to describe us (Kirk and Anne Woodyard) is that we’re interested in the stories that make the places we visit come alive.
We’ve visited Europe more times than we can count, learned some enterta2009 Anne and Kirk Viasining stories there, and met some warm and helpful people who also enjoy the wonders of music and life in Europe.
Between our music-related travels, we split our time between our homes near Washington DC and the south of France. We look forward to sharing these stories and friends and experiences with our Music and Markets guests.
While both of us have experience in organizing travel and music groups Kirk’s background is in project management and competitive writing, and Anne is an accomplished pianist with over thirty years of teaching experience, and a travel and food writer specializing in France and Italy.

 

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