Amsterdam B&B Park9
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... It is so easy to get around and I got to see a lot of the city.
- Today was a bit dull. I had done pretty much everything there is to do ...
... the canal running through the middle and lots of old buildings. In the afternoon we took the half hour trip to Zaanse Schanse where the windmills are still working. We were taken to one particular windmill which is used to mill wood and given a demonstration of how it worked. We were then given some free time in the area to look around and try some of the fresh bakery food, was very yum! Next stop was the clog making at Maaken. This was also ...
We slept till around 10 then got up to find our host had bought us more croissants. We ran out of strawberry jam so that was mission 1. I showered then we biked to the grocery store to get jam, salads for lunch and something for supper. We got home and had our croissants and a couple cups of coffee. Elys has a washing machine so we put a load of laundry in. It's a hot day so the clothes can dry in the sun. Cory decided he needed a hair cut so he went ...
... vent with a fan that was pretty ineffective. Debated about whether to stay and decided we couldn't do it given it was summer time and the room would be warm. The guy at the hotel was nice about it and offered to help us find a room and give us a refund. We went online and H found a nice place nearby at a decent price. Made the booking and walked over there to checkin. The receptionist ...
... at 3:45 AM one morning that turned on all of our lights and TV. That being said we really did have a great time and saw some really wonderful things.
We said good by to our friends on board after breakfast and caught a cab to Keith and Terri's hotel. Their room wasn't ready that early so we stashed out luggage and headed off to the train station to buy a 24 hour pass for thier public transportation ...