Amsterdam At Home Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... begin to lean in other directions as their wooden foundations (built on swampland) begin to deteriorate
-Was eating pizza at a place with Pablo. "16 and pregnant" was on, with dutch subtitles. Even the dutch watch ****** american reality tv
-Listening to A History of Europe by J.M. Roberts when time allows. Learned about a Byzantine Emperor named Basil II (reigned 976 - 1025). In 1014 he conquered the Bulgarian army. After defeating them, he rounded ...
... Elizabeth's co-workers....looking forward to meeting all these international school teachers and hearing about all the places they have lived/taught. E found a much better rate for bike rental so I returned my first bike (17,50E/day)to the shop around the corner while Elizabeth walked to go get me a new one from Ajax Bikes (4E/day) as it was a much better deal and I was excited about biking around Amsterdam during my visit as that is the preferred mode ...
... winter time. Amsterdam is known for lots of things; canals, tulips, cheese, legal prostitution and legal marijuana and the city itself is all of that mixed together in a strange, romantic, relaxed kind of way. It really is a pretty amazing place to visit. The people are friendly, the museums are amazing and the canals provide a beautiful backdrop to a city of great diversity. From floating flower markets to Van Gogh's museum ...
... street food. The walk to the markets, as we got further away from the tourist heavy centre of town, was the first time where it felt like the amsterdam I had seen in pictures and film. The canals, houseboats, street flowers and piles of jumbled dutch bikes were incredibly picturesque. The markets themselves were great as we introduced ourselves to bitterballen, frites, cheeses and (being summer) fantastic fruit and berries. Jetlag was catching up with us fast ...
... machines on each of the four corners of the square and I found only one had cash left. I took some from there too. I will be ok now for a while. Everything is so expensive. Even the trip to the toilet was charged at $1.50 Aus. It is the cheapest thing I have seen. Using my helpful map, I headed off again towards my hotel. It was now about 1.30. Almost instantly I saw it in the distance. I was still too early to check in so I decided to have some lunch. The ...