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I recently traveled to Cairo to speak at the Intel Learning Alliance summit.

The conference was great, and I met many, many wonderful people. So was the city, and I made sure to take an extra day or so to ensure I could see at least a few of the sights.

Here’s what my lense captured:


Early this week I had the chance to spend a day in Amsterdam on my way to Cairo for the Intel Learning Alliance Summit.

Amsterdam is (of course) very beautiful, and it’s an amazing walking city. I took the train from Schipol airport to Amsterdam Centraal station, and then booked onto a canal tour. After that I walked around the city for 3-4 hours.

As per usual, I serendipitously happened across the Anne Frank museum and immensely appreciated the opportunity to slowly and contemplatively go through the house where most of the Franks lived their last few years.

Here are a few photos I took:

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