The early bird catches the worm!

Due to my eternal jetlag (I’ve officially become timeless, as my body has no idea anymore where and when it is), I have days that I just wake up at 04.30 AM or so. Wide awake, not able to sleep anymore. What to do? The other week I had the same thing so I decided to go for a city walk of about an hour and bring the camera and the tripod. Below you’ll find the result. This is certainly something I might do again…

Rembrant park Amsterdam in the early morning - (c) Destinations! https://dstntns.wordpress.com

Rembrandt park Amsterdam in the early morning.(c) Destinations! https://dstntns.wordpress.com

The famous Blauwe Theehuis at the Vondelpark in Amsterdam in the early morning. (c) Destinations! https://dstntns.wordpress.com

The famous Blauwe Theehuis at the Vondelpark in Amsterdam in the early morning. (c) Destinations! https://dstntns.wordpress.com

The Royal Concert Gebouw, renowned for it's fabulous acoustics, Amsterdam in the early morning. (c) Destinations! https://dstntns.wordpress.com

The Royal Concert Gebouw, renowned for it’s fabulous acoustics, Amsterdam in the early morning. (c) Destinations! https://dstntns.wordpress.com

The (im)famous bicycle lane arcade underneath the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. During the the renovation of the museum this very arcade was one of the biggest hurdles for the architects and the city as in the original renovation plans this arcade would be closed and used as inside space. The population of Amsterdam protested loud enough for the plans the be changed, adding years and millions to the original projected cost and I believe the original architect had had enough of the troubles it caused and left the project. (c) Destinations! https://dstntns.wordpress.com

The (im)famous bicycle lane arcade underneath the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. During the the renovation of the museum this very arcade was one of the biggest hurdles for the architects and the city as in the original renovation plans this arcade would be closed and used as inside space. The population of Amsterdam protested loud enough for the plans the be changed, adding years and millions to the original projected cost and I believe the original architect had had enough of the troubles it caused and left the project. (c) Destinations! https://dstntns.wordpress.com

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