Susan had to coerce me into biking in the city! As much as I bike, I seldom bike in a city — much more a country girl than a city girl. ;’-) There are wonderful lanes and paths for biking all through Amsterdam, and at any very busy intersection with trams, buses, walkers, cyclists it all works fine. That of course is because everyone knows what to do and when to do it. Everyone but me! So I did some walking along this bike ride in the city.
The distance to the Rijks Museum is fairly short by bike, but does have those obstacles I mentioned, plus road work, deliveries and parented with kids as well as students.
We locked up the bikes — with two locks each — and found our way to the entrance for an extensive visit.
Susan found a Delft violin made — for display only.