We went on a three hour walking tour called Rembrandt’s Amsterdam. We started at the house he lived in for 30 years, now a museum.
Then we walked around to see the street where he used to live and the buildings connected with his career. Much of it is now the Red Light District, but during the Dutch Golden Age, 1600-1700, it was upper and middle class.
The weather was about -2 and snowed for a while so the Red Light District was quiet.
Stopped for lunch to warm up.
We walked to the Rijksmuseum to see some Rembrandt paintings. The Nightwatch is now very dramatically displayed.
As well as other Old Masters.
Dinner at an Indonseian restaurant, Tempo Doeloe, for ristafel.