Amsterdam At Home Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... clothes (what is happening to me).
At the train station their is parking for 2,500 bicycles but there are 9,000 bicycles looking for a park. I'd say traffic is 90% bicycle, 5% car and 5% scooter.
Sandra has now headed off to London to join a tour of UK, Scotland and Ireland in order to pick up a wealthy land owner. As Steve and I get out way over to Berlin then down to Monte Negro.
... answer is No. We are taking a leaf out of our friends, Zoe and Jon's book and doing Alaska by land. After a couple of days in Seattle, we fly to Anchorage then tour the Kenai Peninsula (south and slightly to the east of Anchorage). Then we travel the whole length of the Alaska railroad from Seward to Fairbanks stopping off for a bit of backcountry trekking in Denali national park. It is more of a journey than a holiday but I have wanted to go to Alaska all my life ...
... me while I was doing a selfie". Needless to say many of the accents we heard were Australian, which was a great opportunity for us to just have some quiet time and not be heard by anyone in case we were lumped with that lot. Luckily for us, the €24 cost of the ride was a little too steep for the Top Deckers and so the group we had for the country ride was a nice mix of people in their late 20's early 30's and a couple of families. We were introduced to our guide Mike who was ...
After talking to two of our cousin's who are also travelling for a month through Europe we realised we would be in Amsterdam a that the sometime, we are unsure as to how we missed this when talking to them about our trip before. With the short train trip back to Amsterdam we found our way back to the hotel before awaiting for our contiki tour manager to arrive. After checking in with our manager we headed into town to met up with our cousin's, they were ...
... I was a temporary working man again for 3 days (I would have just done it for the beer). My pass for the conference setup was the CEO's of the company badge, so I did have to be careful since people there actually knew who he was. I guess it's a sign of maturity when I had more concern over my friend getting fired than having fun in my new role. I did bring up that I would be the company's liaison to their Swedish partner, so we'll see if that job opens up. ...